Thanks for the quick response.
Actually, I was able to run an xfs_repair and all was well.(took 45 minutes...)
But I would love to be able to expand the XFS file system out to the max.
I guess I could expand it in < 2TB increments then maybe?
Thanks for the update and I will look around.
I did find this which I think is related.
Subject: Re: Problems with xfs_grow on large LVM + XFS filesystem 20TB size
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Lance Reed wrote:
> I recently experienced a problem trying to expand an existing LVM + XFS
> The core problem was that xfs_growfs did not correctly resize the XFS
> filesystem while trying to expand from 11 TB to about 21 TB.
> The previous setup had 5 x 2.18 TB LUNs using LVM2 for a total of just under
> 11 TB.
> This is a 64bit Linux system.
> Linux nfs3 2.6.18-8.1.15.el5 #1 SMP Mon Oct 22 08:32:28 EDT 2007 x86_64
> x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
> CentOS release 5 (Final)
> XFS versions:
> Thanks in advance for any help....
You probably hit:
TAKE 959978 - growing an XFS filesystem by more than 2TB is broken
which unfortunately probably was never backported to the centos5 xfs
module. Hmm maybe I should do that. :(
Dave, do you remember what the fs looked like after hitting that bug?
You may want to read through the "Repairing a possibly incomplete
xfs_growfs command?" thread from earlier, on this list...
I assume you need to try to recover this fs...? If so I'd not try
shrinking or doing anything else to the fs until there's a chance to see
what shape it's in at this point.