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Re: XFS filesystem corruption

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Subject: Re: XFS filesystem corruption
From: Julien FERRERO <jferrero06@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2013 10:25:13 +0100
Cc: Dave Chinner <david@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Ric Wheeler <rwheeler@xxxxxxxxxx>, xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx
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> Ok, see, this is odd part here.  The OP didn't seem to have this
> metadata corruption issue with the old 2.6.18 kernel, at least I think
> that's the one he mentioned.  Then he switched to 2.6.35.  IIRC there
> were a number of commits around that time and some regressions.  I also
> recall 2.6.35 is not a long term stable kernel.  I'd guess there were
> reasons for that.  So, I'm wondering if there was a bug/regression
> relating to XFS metadata in 2.6.35 corrected in .36 or later and simply
> not backported.  Seems to ring a bell, vaguely.  I have no idea
> where/how to search for such information.

That is the main reason I asked. I google for regression / issue with
XFS in 2.6.35 but I didn't find anything. My hope was that someone
from this mailing list would remember it (if such a regression did
exist of course).

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