> On Fri, Oct 26, 2001 at 07:01:54AM -0500, Steve Lord <lord@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Hmm, please make sure you got the last change I checked into the tree
> > yesterday, do one more cvs update and see if you get a new xfs_super.c
> > let me know what happens either way.
> Ok, I have the version of Oct 27, 14:00 CET. It crashes at the same point.
> Allways at the same eip. Maybe my partition is already trashed, and it
> causes the trouble. Anyway, if you ever want to get part of my partition
> (where XFS store internal variables), just ask me.
> Bye, GCS
Hmm, the only suggestion I have right now is to do a make clean and a
complete kernel rebuild. I did find a couple of instances where code
was not getting rebuilt in my tree which lead to problems. Following
this do an xfs_repair -n on the device and send me the output - this
will not touch the disk. You could also run xfs_check on the device
and send that output.