On Sun, Apr 28, 2002 at 04:28:18PM -0600, Alvaro Figueroa wrote:
> > Sounds like you have an old xfsdump with a new kernel... which
> > kernel version and which xfsdump version are you using? If your
> > kernel is >=2.4.18 (or the 1.1 release) you will need 2.0+ tools.
> I'm running a 2.4.18 kernel taken from the CVS a couple of days ago.
> And xfsdump --help claims its a 3.0.
Yeah, that version numbers not helpful, sorry. We should fix that -
its leftover from IRIX.
To get the real version...
"rpm -q xfsdump", if you use rpm;
"dpkg -s xfsdump", if you use dpkg;
...or xfs_fsr -V will tell you the real package version.
> (BTW, I've just excecuted xfsdump --version, and take a look at its
> output (at the end)
> [ -Y <I/O buffer ring length> ]
> [ - (stdout) ]
> [ <source (mntpnt|device)> ]
> xfsdump: qlock.c:291: qlock_lock: Assertion `qlock_inited' failed.
Hmm... another one for the xfsdump guys to have a look at.