|To:||Federico Sevilla III <jijo@xxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Subject:||Re: Filesystem Consistency Issues|
|From:||Eric Sandeen <sandeen@xxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Tue, 06 Dec 2005 08:10:16 -0600|
|References:||<20051204142506.GE2605@xxxxxxxxxxx> <20051205014137.GA7685@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> <p734q5nsre6.fsf@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> <43943F3E.5080804@xxxxxxx> <43947977.8070904@xxxxxxx> <20051205234932.GA3406@xxxxxxxxxxx>|
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Federico Sevilla III wrote:
So the logs "advertise" that log recovery is done. However, "ghost" disk usage continues to increase until the disks are full, and this can only be fixed first by mounting the filesystem read-write using a rescue system, which partially recovers free space, and then by running xfs_repair which recovers the rest.
Out of curiosity, how much space is reclaimed by the rescue mount, and how much by the repair?
What is the output of repair when you run it? That may offer some clues. Thanks, -Eric
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