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Re: xfs corrupted

To: Emmanuel Florac <eflorac@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: xfs corrupted
From: Stefanita Rares Dumitrescu <katmai@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2013 22:02:40 +0200
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       -m maxmem
Specifies the approximate maximum amount of memory, in megabytes, to use for xfs_repair. xfs_repair has its own internal block cache which will scale out up to the lesser of the processâs virtual address limit or about 75% of the systemâs physical RAM. This option overrides these limits.

NOTE: These memory limits are only approximate and may use more than the specified limit.

I set this at 3 gb limit, but it's at 2.5 gb of swap already used and still going up :/

On 15/10/2013 21:34, Emmanuel Florac wrote:
Le Tue, 15 Oct 2013 20:45:59 +0200 vous Ãcriviez:

What worries me is that i see 100 % cpu usage, some 74 % memory usage
(i have 4 gb ram) but there is no disk activity at all. I was
thinking that it would be at least some reads if the xfs_repair is
doing something.

What does "iostat -mx 5" output looks like? Is there a lot of IO wait?
Or just no activity at all? Nothing in dmesg output?

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