On Mon, Dec 05, 2005 at 11:31:35AM -0600, Eric Sandeen wrote:
> Stephen Lord wrote:
> > XFS runs recovery on a readonly filesystem. It has been doing that
> > for years. There are log messages which come out when recovery runs,
> > you should see them in dmesg or the syslog after boot up.
> Yep. That code has changed a bit but the results should be the same...
> Federico, can you verify that you see the log recovery messages when
> your machines boot up?
pos01:~# dmesg | grep -i xfs
SGI XFS with no debug enabled
XFS mounting filesystem hda1
Starting XFS recovery on filesystem: hda1 (dev: hda1)
Ending XFS recovery on filesystem: hda1 (dev: hda1)
VFS: Mounted root (xfs filesystem) readonly.
So the logs "advertise" that log recovery is done. However, "ghost" disk
usage continues to increase until the disks are full, and this can only
be fixed first by mounting the filesystem read-write using a rescue
system, which partially recovers free space, and then by running
xfs_repair which recovers the rest.
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