> Seth Mos wrote:
> > > Back on topic: at least one data analyst moved about 40GB of data around
> > > last night via NFS from OSF1 to Linux using NFVv3 and there were no inode
> > > corruptions. The kernel being used *is* 2.4.8-xfs which was compiled with
> > > gcc-2.96-85 (because I didn't get around to recompiling with kgcc yet,
> > > mkp).
> > If you see it again please recompile it if you can. Or find out what's
> > going wrong with gcc 2.96.
> I have, and I'm re-compiling with kgcc as we speak. Hopefully this will fix
> the problem.
> Unfortunately, there is nothing the logs that indicates a problem... gr.
> As always, I'll let you know if I continue to have the problem.
OK, I'm using my kgcc compiled 2.4.8-xfs kernel, and I'm still seeing inode
corruption, even on a "static" filesystem (i.e., mounted noatime and no
This is a very bad thing.
I'm about to punt and reformat the entire partition as XFS, and if it
happens again, then I'll have to reformat as ext2, which I really don't want
to do since it's 1.12TB.
If anyone has any ideas/patches please, please send 'em my way.
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