I have attached the xfsrestore version 3.0.1 last 20k log of my last dump file.
I will be doing with version 3.0.5 of all three of my dumps (all three are
bad, I got 32 GB, 44 GB and 49 GB back).
Please let me know if this is useful.
--- On Tue, 30/8/11, Bill Kendall <wkendall@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> From: Bill Kendall <wkendall@xxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: xfsrestore Does Only Only Partial Restore
> To: "Gim Leong Chin" <chingimleong@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Cc: xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Tuesday, 30 August, 2011, 12:44 AM
> Gim Leong Chin wrote:
> > Hi Bill,
> > Right now the log file is already over 500 MB and
> growing. Even after compression I do not think I can
> mail it as an attachment.
> > Is there any other way that I can send you the log
> If you could just send the last few thousand lines that
> should be sufficient.
> If I do end up needing more than that I can provide an ftp
> drop for you.
> > GL
> > --- On Mon, 29/8/11, Bill Kendall <wkendall@xxxxxxx>
> >> From: Bill Kendall <wkendall@xxxxxxx>
> >> Subject: Re: xfsrestore Does Only Only Partial
> >> To: "Gim Leong Chin" <chingimleong@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >> Cc: xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx
> >> Date: Monday, 29 August, 2011, 10:11 PM
> >> Gim Leong Chin wrote:
> >>> Hi,
> >>> This is the very first time I tried doing a
> >> of a back up and I hit some serious trouble.
> >>> I had openSUSE 11.1 (kernel 2.6.27) on my
> >> notebook. I did a xfsdump of /home to a WD
> My Passport
> >> external USB hard drive with XFS on it.
> >>> I installed openSUSE 11.4 (kernel 2.6.37),
> then tried
> >> to do xfsrestore from the WD USB drive. The
> dump file
> >> is 121 GB.
> >>> I tried two times on two different days, but
> each time
> >> the xfsrestore would stop writing at the exact
> same point,
> >> 49 GB and say success at the end.
> >>> I then copied the dump file to one hard drive
> on my
> >> desk top, and did a dump to another hard drive,
> >> /tmp/mnt3. I get back identical messages:
> >> ...
> >>> 9>xfsrestore: attempt to read 1008286921
> >> failed: end of recorded data
> >> xfsdump breaks a file's data into "extents" that
> are a max
> >> size of 16 MB.
> >> The fact that this is trying to read almost 1 GB
> >> indicates that
> >> the extend header is corrupt.
> >> ...
> >>> xfsrestore: content.c:7510:
> >> restore_extent_group: Assertion `ehdr.eh_type ==
> 4' failed.
> >> As Dave said, this also indicates a corrupt extent
> >> I'd recommend adding "-v 5" to your xfsrestore
> command line
> >> and redirecting the
> >> (very verbose) output to a file, and send that
> >> output to me or the
> >> list. It'd be best to do this with more than one
> of your
> >> dumps so we can see
> >> if there's a pattern to where the corruption
> >> Bill
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