(transmit-message (Hello 'Timothy)
(You-wrote :on "Wed, 21 Jun 2006 11:08:24 +1000")
TS> Hi Denis,
TS> On Wednesday 21 June 2006 1:15 am, Denis Nikiforov wrote:
>> I'd upgraded my computer from Celeron P4 to Athlon 64. And xfs partition
>> couldn't be mounted now ;( How can I fix it?
>> | XFS mounting filesystem hdb3
>> | Starting XFS recovery on filesystem: hdb3 (logdev: internal)
>> | Unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at virtual address
>> | [<f8c5290e>] xfs_buf_offset+0x35/0x3a [xfs]
>> | [<f8c3eb19>] xlog_recover_do_inode_trans+0x14a/0x718 [xfs]
TS> Your problem is due to a bug in xfs.
TS> A kernel from 2006/05/24 onwards will be able to support this filesystem.
TS> The problem is that the ondisk format for a few log items in the ondisk
TS> different on 32 bits versus 64 bit systems. With the newer XFS it can
TS> both forms.
TS> What can you do?
TS> You can either mount and unmount the FS on a 32 bit os so that the log is
TS> clean and no recovery is needed.
TS> Or you can get a new version of XFS.
TS> (In the future, xfs_repair will probably be able to replay the log but not
2.6.16-14 is the latest kernel in Debian. And I guess it's old
enough. Thanks, I'll wait for a new kernel :)
))) => t
(WBR '(Denis Nikiforov))