Richard Kolkovich wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 05, 2009 at 10:45:37PM -0400, Eric Sandeen wrote:
>> Richard Kolkovich wrote:
>>> We have a corrupted XFS partition on a storage server.
>>> Attempting to run xfs_repair the first time yielded the message
>>> about a corrupt log file, so I have run xfs_repair with -L to
>>> clear that. Now, xfs_repair segfaults in Phase 3. I have tried
>>> -P and a huge -m to no avail. It always seems to segfault at the
>>> same point:
>>> bad directory block magic # 0 in block 11 for directory inode
>>> 341521797 corrupt block 11 in directory inode 341521797 will junk
>>> block Segmentation fault (core dumped)
>> For starters, which xfsprogs version.... if not latest, try
>> latest... if latest, I'll grab that metadump image and see if I can
>> reproduce it.
> Sorry - forgot to mention that.
> Running on Fedora 11 (64bit). Tried using 2.10.2 (from yum) and
> building from latest stable source (3.0.1). Let me know if I should
> try a dev build.
(Hm, did I really leave F11 at 2.10.2? I thought it was newer, but anyway)
No, I doubt anything else has fixed this since 3.0.1
I'll try pulling down that metadump image & see what I can see.
Feel free to file an xfsprogs bug with fedora, too, so the issue doesn't