Eric Sandeen wrote:
What was the exact error message that you got on the panic?
I've to go home and write it down and then come back to company to send
the error messages ;-| (my internet access at home is broken)
Also, does the promise controller do write caching?
I dom't think so, it's such a 'cheap' promise 'FastTrak100 TX2'. I also
didn'n find something about caching on theyr website.......
On Mon, 2002-05-20 at 15:10, Michael Wahlbrink wrote:
on my 'new' linux-box i've set up an linuxfromscatch system with xfs as
root fs on an promise ide raid controller (using /dev/ataraid/dXpY). I
use the kernel 2.4.18 with the xfs 1.1 patch.
Often after a (obviously clean) shutdown I have problems with booting
into my system. I get a kernel panic saying thast there is something
wrong with the log of the xfs filesystem. Than I must reboot with my old
SCSI disk and run xfs_repair (often with the -L option ;-( ) to get the
system running again.
Some hints what's wrong there? And how to get a working xfs-system
without emergency partition ?