[CC'd the xfs list.]
On Sun, Dec 28, 2008 at 01:33:05PM +0100, Thomas Themel wrote:
> there was a thread on this list in 2008-10 about XFS corrupting
> rather quickly on recent ARM kernels, which seems to have petered out
> without any apparent results. I'm still seeing the same problems with
> 2.6.28, and I suspect that this qualifies as a kind of regression
> (though ancient), since the devices I'm running this on (Buffalo
> LinkStations) originally ship with a (vendor-modified) 2.6.16 kernel,
> where XFS seems to be working.
> Is this still on anyone's radar? I'm willing to test proposed fixes and
> supply data, but lack any deep knowledge of either ARM or XFS internals.
> (Please Cc: me, I'm not on the list.)
>  http://lkml.org/lkml/2008/10/1/382
>  Though mine doesn't look any different from what was posted in 
> to the little-trained eye.
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