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What I've done:
I startet deleting over nfs a linux-kernel-directory with all contents. The
filesystem on the server is xfs and exportet to the machine. Then I breaked
the operation via Strg+C on the host, logged in the server. There I startet
a second time to delete the linux-kernel-directory, but waitet till the
command finished. The I tried to untar a new kernel, but suddenly the
partition was full. But the deleted linux-kernel-directory was much more
bigger (with compiling data) than the original -- so something must went
wrong. Then I deleted the newly created linux-kernel-directory and
unmounted the xfs partiton. But xfs_repair failed and mounting wasn't
Can please somebody help me to restore the data of the xfs partiton?
Please cc me, I am not on the list. Thx.
I've attached a log of the whole disaster on the server.
Sandro Weiser <Sandro.Weiser@xxxxxx>
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