Steve Lord wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-05-12 at 05:23, Axel Thimm wrote:
> > I know about XFS's zeroing of files for such files that were still marked as
> > dirty when the crash occured. I wonder about two things:
> > o Why are 15-20 minutes old files also wiped out? Are the write-backs that
> > much delayed (even if there is not other FS/CPU load)?
> > o What is the best way to find these files (why aren't their names simply
> > dumped to the kernel logs)? Something like
> > find . -xdev -type f \! -empty | xargs <grep for non-zero character here>
> > What's the best expression for the last part?
> > (Red Hat 8.0 & XFS 1.2)
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> > Axel.Thimm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> You need to try the current cvs kernel, there was a major rework of xfs
> sync recently which should have fixed this.
current cvs kernel as in 2.4.x or 2.5.x ?
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