On Fri, Jan 04, 2013 at 01:08:06AM -0500, Michael L. Semon wrote:
> Hi! I upgraded the Linux kernel, glibc (to 2.17), and xfsprogs (to
> 3.1.9) on three 32-bit x86 PCs. Only one of them was upgraded to
> Linux 3.8-rc2, and I get xfs_fsr output like this, regardless of which
> XFS filesystem on which xfs_fsr is used:
> XFS_IOC_SWAPEXT failed: ino=1048813: Invalid argument
> On this particular XFS filesystem (/var), xfs_repair made no
> difference, so I went through the whole
> xfsdump/umount/zero/mkfs.xfs/mount/xfsrestore cycle for the /var
> partition. I got the lone fragmented file after a reboot.
> Upgrading yet again to the git version of xfsprogs did not change things.
> If you can reproduce this problem, could you tell me by which kernel
> or xfsprogs version this will be fixed? Really, a fix isn't really
> needed, merely an assurance that XFS will still be production-ready
> when kernel 3.8 has its main release.
Can you check that this patch fixes your problem?