Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Leroy van Logchem wrote: > Thank you for your reply. Can you please point me in the right direction > for these tools? Our hardware hasn't been working as advertised last > couple of years until we started using Areca controllers in Supermicro > chassis. > Our next file server will use Hitachi 7k1000 (1TB) drives in a 16 slots > chassis ( Supermicro 836TQ-R800B) using two Arc-1231ML controllers with > BBU's. Sorry for the late reply. Those tools write a block, call fsync and send an UDP packet to another host or print it on a terminal. After a power cycle you compare what you have and what you should have. One of those tools is: http://www.faemalia.net/mysqlUtils/diskTest.pl > xfs_force_shutdown and XFS_WANT_CORRUPTED_GOTO at line 1634 I agree that this message is catastrophic from a user friendly point of view. Before you got that message there must have been another line in dmesg from the time you mounted the FS. What XFS likes to tell you is: My meta data got corrupted, most probably due to a hardware failure, you need to run xfs_repair _ASAP_ on that FS. I will however continue in trying to mount the requested FS to give you a chance to backup your data or get your system back online. If however I encounter any suspicious position I will immediately shutdown to FS to prevent any further damage. This is my last cry to run xfs_repair on me. -- Best regards, H.D.