> Hello all!
> I have a "big" filesystem (8TB), and a BIG problem!
> I can't fix it!
> [root@dy-base xfsprogs-2.5.6]# xfs_check /dev/md31
please use current version of xfsprogs:
> xfs_check: out of memory
> [root@dy-base xfsprogs-2.5.6]# free
> total used free shared buffers cached
> Mem: 4149468 4015820 133648 0 16 3718360
> -/+ buffers/cache: 297444 3852024
> Swap: 0 0 0
does it help, if you enable some swapspace?
> But, in this time, the xfs_repair is fails ALWAYS too!
> I have tryed it 23 times!
> The different results:
> 1. Simple segfault.
did you check for bad memory? an overnight run of memtest86+ could tell...
> The data on fs and the service is VERY important for me.
hm, how did you *backup* 8TB of data anyway?
> Dual xeon, 4G ram.
> The xfs is on RAID 0, 32k chunks
any chance you can run top(1) next to xfs_repair to see how many memory is
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