I was googling around, and I found this thread in the archives
The suggested fix was:
> That is a corrupt inode on the disk, time to break out xfs_repair. Do
> a quick mount and unmount of the fs first, then run xfs_check and save
> the output, finally run xfs_repair and send us the output of both
I was wondering if you guys wanted the outputs from me as well,
I have xfs_check output and xfs_repair -n output as well
I can also give you guys the output of xfs_repair w/o -n if you wish.
The error seemed to have started Feb 6th, when I was using kernel 2.6.2.
And is still appearing, even now, when I'm using kernel 2.6.4. My
version of xfsprogs is 2.6.3.
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