Status : closed Priority : 3
Assigned Engineer : dxm Submitter : dxm
*Modified User : dxm *Modified User Domain : engr
I haven't seen this problem for ages on my 64Mb crash box,
but the problem is still there.
I installed XFS on my home machine last night and was very
happy with its performance (P100, 32Mb RAM, 32Gb disk) until
I tried to cleanly remount my XFS partition and tripped an
ASSERT in xlog_get_bp.
My home machine is very tight on memory, but I don't think
it's an unreasonable machine to try to run XFS on. Unfortunately,
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION (ADD)
From: dxm@engr (BugWorks)
Date: Sep 25 2000 08:47:51PM
Copy kernel changes into userspace.
Date: Mon Sep 25 20:44:29 PDT 2000
The following file(s) were checked into:
cmd/xfs/logprint/xfs_log_recover.c - 1.3
- match kernel changes