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Re: fs corruption not detected by xfs_check or _repair

To: Chris Wedgwood <cw@xxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: fs corruption not detected by xfs_check or _repair
From: Marco Maisenhelder <marco@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 15 Aug 2010 00:53:55 +0200
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Chris Wedgwood wrote:
On Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 05:14:17PM +0200, Marco Maisenhelder wrote:

*marco:/etc# ls -lrt /store/xfs_corruption/x/
ls: cannot access /store/xfs_corruption/x/db.backup2: Invalid argument
ls: cannot access /store/xfs_corruption/x/db.backup1: Invalid argument
total 0
?????????? ? ? ? ?                ? db.backup2
?????????? ? ? ? ?                ? db.backup1

where these created with inode64 and now mounted w/o that option?  (in
which case inodes > 32-bit are inaccessible)

I wasn't even aware of the option - I guess I should have spent more time reading the FAQ before trying to find a more complex problem :(

inode64 was my problem - mouting the partition with -o inode64 fixes all weirdness.

Thanks a lot and sorry to have bothered you with this!

Marco

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