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Subject: xfs_db
From: Anshul Kundra <anshul.kundra@xxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 20:04:30 +0530
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Thread-topic: xfs_db

Suppose in XFS file system I want to corrupt a inode of my choice, will it be possible using xfs_db


Xfs_db blockget < inode number > blocktrash < seed value and type of block >


In the manuals it is written that it takes a random inodes for the corruption which it does in actual practice, so can I use any specific command to corrupt the inode (131 )


Thanks & Regards

Anshul Kundra


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