I'm seeing some irregulars halts on one of my XFS volume (/srv). I can only
use umount -l to dismount the volume or do a hot reboot.
Dec 9 15:47:25 smbserver kernel: xfs_force_shutdown(md(9,5),0x8) called
from line 1039 of file xfs_trans.c. Return address = 0xe109f312
Dec 9 15:47:25 smbserver kernel: Corruption of in-memory data detected.
Shutting down filesystem: md(9,5)
Dec 9 15:47:25 smbserver kernel: Please umount the filesystem, and rectify
I'm not sure if the disk has problems, but during boot up there's no error
found by fsck. The stall sometime occurs in weeks and sometimes few times
per day. So I really doubt if this a disk problem. Is there any way I can
trace or perhaps fix this? BTW, if I want to manually force a disk check on
the XFS volume. Do I just do
$ umount -l /srv/
$ fsck.xfs /srv
I don't see any actions on the screen.