|Subject:||Help with xfs and Fedora 8|
|From:||Ram Natarajan <ram@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Tue, 11 Oct 2011 18:23:41 -0700|
I have a bunch of Fedora 8 machines running Kernel 22.214.171.124. |
I am noticing that the xfs partitions on these machines 'freeze up' once in a while. I have to manually run xfs_repair on these partitions to get them going again. Note that SMART does not report any hard disk errors - these are purely xfs related. I also see some xfs kernel module messages in the kernel logs. My question is this:
Can I move to the latest xfs by recompiling xfs kernel module and xfs support code for 2.6.23. For various technical reasons, I cannot move to a later kernel, but it would be great if I can build the latest xfs modules and xfs support code for 2.6.23. Does anybody know if this is possible, and if it is possible, will it work reliably?
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