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Re: Files with non-ASCII names inaccessible after xfs_repair

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Subject: Re: Files with non-ASCII names inaccessible after xfs_repair
From: Michael Weissenbacher <mw@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2014 16:40:28 +0100
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Hi Zach!
I now have 23 directories (matching the 23 “rebuilding" messages) where a file 
or directory with non-ASCII characters in the name exists in the directory list but cannot 
be read or deleted:

ls -la
ls: cannot access 07 - Señor Macho Solo.m4v: No such file or directory
-rw-rw----+  1 profplump media 332M Sep 11  2010 06 - Christmas Special.m4v
???????????  ? ?         ?        ?            ? 07 - Se??or Macho Solo.m4v
-rw-rw----+  1 profplump media 304M Sep 11  2010 08 - Flu Shot.m4v

Might be a long shot, but have you tried mounting the file system with "-o inode64"?

cheers,
Michael

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