Summary: xfs_force_shutdown in xfs_trans.c
Product: Linux XFS
Component: XFS kernel code
I have a knoppix/debian box that I am running kernel 2.6.8 that I built from
debian package kernel-source-2.6.8. These are the compile options I picked from
<M> XFS filesystem support
[*] Realtime support (EXPERIMENTAL)
[*] Quota support
[*] Security Label support
[*] POSIX ACL support
I have /var mounted on it's own partition using xfs (I don't know how to figure
out the version as it came with the kernel). It is on an IBM ultra-wide scsi
sitting on a "LSI Logic / Symbios Logic 53c875 (rev 26)" scsi adapter. The
partition is about 1GB in size.
I have a large collection of fonts that I am trying to get to use with my
system. Debian has a utility called defoma to manage the fonts. One step is to
use defoma-font to register the fonts with the defoma system. Every time I
attempt to run this utility to register a directory full of fonts (~2000) I get
the following problem with the /var partition:
xfs_force_shutdown(sda6,0x8) called from line 1088 of file fs/xfs/xfs_trans.c.
Return address = 0xf0c0c1bb
Filesystem "sda6": Corruption of in-memory data detected. Shutting down filesys
Please umount the filesystem, and rectify the problem(s)
xfs_force_shutdown(sda6,0x1) called from line 353 of file fs/xfs/xfs_rw.c. Retu
rn address = 0xf0c0c1bb
On another computer in my collection, it was obvious that this hammered the disk
pretty hard. Plesae feel free to contact me for any more information and I will
send you what I can.
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