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Re: Fedora2 XFS crash when drive full?

To: "mail.stads.net" <jwillem@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Fedora2 XFS crash when drive full?
From: Eric Sandeen <sandeen@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 11 Nov 2004 09:13:11 -0600
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mail.stads.net wrote:
Hi there.
I have a system with 4TB disk. One LVM "partion", this is formatted with XFS
This is our first system where we cross the 2TB limit of an external raidsystem
normaly we would have the raidsystem export the disks in 2TB luns.
When we fill the disk completely full while copying files (normal cp done as 
root) my system crashes
The stack dump informs of a lot of weird numbers and irq's but also always 
mentions xfs

Nothing we can do here without some real information on the crash. Kernel messages, backtraces, etc. It could be an xfs problem but the existence of xfs in the backtrace doesn't necessarily mean that, you have plenty of layers to go through. XFS has been well-tested with > 2T filesystems, FWIW.


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