|Subject:||Re: unexpected XFS SB magic number|
|From:||Eric Sandeen <sandeen@xxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Fri, 22 Dec 2006 17:33:06 -0600|
|References:||<Pine.SOL.4.58.0612221219570.2514@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> <458C6719.6080106@xxxxxxxxxxx> <Pine.SOL.4.58.0612221824500.2856@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
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Gaspar Bakos wrote:
Hi, Eric, RE:xfs_check: unexpected XFS SB magic number 0x45464920That spells "EFI"Does this have any special meaning? E.g. I could figure out who labelled the disk (array)?
EFI is a bootloader....
looks like somebody came along & labeled your disk for you. Dangers of being on a san I suppose (if you are....)Humm. This is an FC5 with SMP opteron. The RAID-5 (12 disks) is ran by an ARECA 1130-ML card.repair might fix it....I worry that what repair will leave behind is pure numbers (and many of those), like 11212/ 12133/ 121212/ ... and to reconstruct ~3Tb from that is not trivial... This reminds me: what paranoid safety measures can one take? E.g keep an external log of the filesystem as well? Thanks for the thoughts! Gaspar
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