On Mon, Mar 04, 2013 at 10:03:29AM +0100, Ole Tange wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 1, 2013 at 9:53 PM, Dave Chinner <david@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > What filesystem errors occurred
> > when the srives went offline?
> See http://dna.ku.dk/~tange/tmp/syslog.3
You log is full of this:
mpt2sas1: log_info(0x31120303): originator(PL), code(0x12), sub_code(0x0303)
What's that mean?
> Feb 26 00:46:52 franklin kernel: [556238.429259] XFS (md5p1): metadata
> I/O error: block 0x459b8 ("xfs_buf_iodone_callbacks") error 5 buf
> count 4096
So, the first IO errors appear at 23:00 on /dev/sdb, and the
controller does a full reset and reprobe. Look slike a port failure
of some kind. Notable:
mpt2sas1: LSISAS2008: FWVersion(07.00.00.00), ChipRevision(0x03),
>From a quick google, that firmware looks out of date (current
LSISAS2008 firmwares are numbered 10 or 11, and bios versions are at
So, /dev/md1 reported a failure (/dev/sdb) around 23:01:16, started a
rebuild. Looks like it swapped in /dev/sdd and started a rebuild.
/dev/md4 had a failure (/dev/sds) around 00:19, no rebuild started.
Down to 8 disks in /dev/md4, no rebuild in progress, no redundancy
/dev/md1 had another failure (/dev/sdj) around 00:46, this time on a
SYNCHRONISE CACHE command (i.e. log write). This IO failure caused
the shutdown to occur. And this is the result:
[556219.292225] end_request: I/O error, dev sdj, sector 10
[556219.292275] md: super_written gets error=-5, uptodate=0
[556219.292283] md/raid:md1: Disk failure on sdj, disabling device.
[556219.292286] md/raid:md1: Operation continuing on 7 devices.
At this point, /dev/md1 is reporting 7 working disks and has had an
EIO on it's superblock write, which means it's probably in an
inconsistent state. Further, it's only got 8 disks associated with
it and as a rebuild is in progress it means that data loss has
occurred with this failure. There's your problem.
Essentially, you need to fix your hardware before you do anything
else. Get it all back fully online and fix whatever the problems are
that are causing IO errors, then you can worry about recovering the
filesystem and your data. Until the hardware is stable and not
throwing errors, recovery is going to be unreliable (if not