"More often"??? It has never happened until a few weeks ago. It is just
in the past few days that it is getting annoying.
We rebuilt all of our filesystems a few weeks ago. New disks/new
filesystem, etc. Something about this change is obviously what triggered
I have not found a pattern for why it is happening. I am not even sure if
it changes from one day to the next or if users just notice it at
different times. I will keep better track of that.
I will try unmounting,mounting, etc as you suggest.
On Fri, 21 Jan 2005, Nathan Scott wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 20, 2005 at 10:49:04AM -0700, David Dougall wrote:
> > ...
> > few weeks I have had a bug pop up that is becoming increasingly common. I
> Oh? Any ideas what might be happening wrt system activity to
> trigger the problem more often now?
> > ...
> > /dev/mapper/vggrp1-lvol0
> > 18014398509480540* 102400 112640 1 0
> > ...
> > That usage is most certainly incorrect. Not all groups have this problem
> > and I have not had it reported with any user quotas. I did and xfs_repair
> > last week because it was reported to me on other groups. So either it did
> > not fix the problem or it has been corrupted since then.
> > Please advise on what may be causing this or how to fix it.
> You can fix it by switching quotaoff(8), unmounting and mounting
> again - that will redo the quotacheck during that last mount step
> and should recalculate the correct value.
> Not sure how it got this way though. You wouldn't happen to know
> a reliable way of reproducing this would you?