Arkadiusz Miskiewicz wrote:
> I'm trying to find out a reason (and a solution) for in memory corruption
> with xfs involved.
> Sometimes files are corrupted in such way as pasted below. This is in memory
> corruption since the file is correct after reboot. File size is unchanged as
> mtime not modified (compared to what I have in backup) according to ls -l.
> There is no oops, just contents of some files (it happens like 1 file per
> week, well I notice
> one file per week) are partially trashed.
> This is 230GB partition on lvm2, mounted with
> options. Hardware is intel rack server (don't remember which one exactly) 1U
> with 2 x quad xeon,
> adaptec 3405, 4 SAS disks in raid5.
> Any ideas what that could be?
> * A class for reading Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets.
> * Originally
Ow, my eyes ;)
# hexdump -C $FILENAME
to see if it's obvious where the corruption boundaries are, or any
patterns that might be more readable than