I enabled 64-bit inodes on a 188.8.131.52 kernel system. I ran into some
software that did not handle this well, so I wanted to go back to 32-bit
inodes. When I booted into the system again, any files that were created
while in 64-bit inode mode are inaccessable and are shown to me like this:
$ ls -l /var/lib/mock/
ls: cannot access /var/lib/mock/dist-5E-build-373-1401: Invalid argument
??????????? ? ? ? ? ? dist-5E-build-373-1401
I was led to believe that this would not cause problems, but it has.
I have run xfs_repair on the file system but the old files still remain.
Are there any other things I can do to fix this? One thought is to
remount with 64-bit inodes and erase or copy the offending files, but is
that my only option?