On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 04:23:01PM +0200, Carlos E. R. wrote:
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> El 2014-07-02 a las 11:57 +0200, Carlos E. R. escribió:
> >I got this error:
> Happened again, I'm on middle of recovery procedures, and using my laptop to
> The system did not "die", I could still use xterms owned by root. So I tried
> to use xfs_metadump before rebooting, but it refused, said that the
> partition was mounted (and I know from previous times that umounting fails
> or locks the machine). It also said that it could not intialize the XFS
> So I logged out, and issued "reboot" on tty1 as root. No go, it got stuck
> somewhere, and I had to hit the physical reset button on the machine. I have
> not looked at the logs yet.
> I am now running the machine off a live usb stick (13.1 XFCE rescue system)
> to avoid the automatics to fsck the home partition, and I already obtained a
> xfs_metadump of it.
> I post this in case you have some suggestion before I nuke the partition
> (rsync, reformat, etc). It shold take some hours.
Assuming you already have a pre-repair metadump, I'd suggest to
xfs_repair, capture and post the repair output to the list and leave it
at that (for now at least). I think you mentioned previously that the
problem hits more frequently at this point, so I wonder if you could try
to reproduce and get a better idea of what might contribute to the
For example, can you actively reproduce at this point? Perhaps get some
work going on all of the applications you typically have running and run
some hibernation cycles..? While a reformat might spare you from the
issue for a bit, it's going to make it that much harder to get more
information on what's going on.
> - -- Cheers
> Carlos E. R.
> (from 13.1 x86_64 "Bottle" (Minas Tirith))
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