On 9/14/11 9:24 AM, Christoph Hellwig wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 14, 2011 at 11:38:44AM +0200, Bartosz Cisek wrote:
>> W dniu 12.09.2011 18:12, Christoph Hellwig pisze:
>>> I've repaired the image fine using xfs_repair from the Debian testing
>>> xfsprogs 3.1.5+nmu1 package. It found two invalid blocks in a
>>> directory, which look like the result from the hardware error you saw.
>>> You should be able to just rebuild the current xfsprogs (from
>>> testing/unstable or git) on Lenny and get the same result.
>> I've build xfs_repair from git on lenny and got segfault before my first
>> email to this list (please refer to first email in this thread) :)
>> What else I can do to find what differ our two cases?
> The hardware? Given that you were getting read I/O errors from the
> hardware when shutting the fs down you probably got those as well when
> running repair and that caused the segfault. Can you run xfs_repair
> under gdb for me, that is:
> gdb /path/to.xfs_repair
> (gdb) set args /dev/cciss/c0d5p1
> (gdb) run
> and see what backtrace it gives you?
> Please make sure to build xfs_repair in the git tree manually using
> make and not the Debian packaging, as that removes the debug symbols.
> You can run gdb on the xfs_repair binary just built in the tree, no
> need to install it first.
If it worked for Christoph and not for Bartosz ....
Is the -DDEBUG / -DNDEBUG type setting the same in both cases?
Maybe Fedora is the only one doing -DNDEBUG :( but maybe worth
> xfs mailing list