|To:||Carsten Aulbert <carsten.aulbert@xxxxxxxxxx>|
|Subject:||Re: Map a disk LBA to filename?|
|From:||Michal Soltys <nozo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Mon, 27 Oct 2008 14:03:15 +0100|
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Carsten Aulbert wrote:
Dave Chinner wrote:Use xfs_bmap to find the location on disk of the extents in each file. Recurse over the filesystem until you find the file that owns the block that went bad.Sounds like a tedious but doable route to take.
Wouldn't something like (under xfs_db) : getblock -b #block -n ncheck -i #inode where required #inode is reported by getblock do the thing ?
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