On 06/23/14 17:08, Mark Tinguely wrote:
On 06/23/14 16:48, Michael L. Semon wrote:
At the ACL limit of v5-superblock XFS--with a directory filled with
and access ACL entries--I'm getting a null pointer dereference on x86
creating the directory successfully.
Disclaimer: There's some current issues on 32-bit x86 that, for
make badblocks see phantom bad blocks on a read test. My apologies in
if this turns out to be a false alarm bug report.
My first encounter with this issue involved fsstress. Here's part of a
session from the fsstress run.
root@oldsvrhw:/mnt/crashdump/xfs-fsstress-max-acl-2# crash vmlinux
> Michael, do you have the vmcore dump for this or was this just from the
ummm, duh me. you were running crash ...
Can I look at the core?