tor, 24,.08.2006 kl. 14.29 +0200, skrev Martin Steigerwald:
> It looks to me that the directory corruption bug in kernel 2.6.17 upto
> 126.96.36.199 hit you: Did you use a 2.6.17 kernel < 188.8.131.52 before?
> Try xfs_check and if it finds errors xfs_repair.
> If xfs_repair cannot fix it, you will have to look out a version that
> contains some fixes related to handling this kind of corruption:
thanks for your help. I did use both 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 before
18.104.22.168... So I guess (hope) that's the problem, and not my memory...
I have run xfs_repair 2.8.11 on two filesystems with errors (luckily,
neither my /home nor my backup partition seems to be hit), and it find
some errors, but if I run it again, I finds the same errors over and
over again... I seem to have it up and running again now, but I really
don't like that xfs_repair shows a lot of errors on each run. Don't like
that at all... It says it has fixed the errors, but I just never get rid
Is that normal? Guess not. And is it something that can happen with the
directory corruption bug? I read that I needed to have xfsprogs >2.8.10,
but that didn't help neither...