i do and have to use Option -L but it was with success. I reboot the system and tried to copy the files again and after a view hundreds of MB the failure occures again. A actually do xfs_repair -L again, but i think the problem still exists. Any idea where the problem cames from and what i could do? I will now check the smart values.
On Thu, Oct 09, 2014 at 11:37:32PM +0200, Dragon wrote:
Hello Dave, and thx for reply. I have no backup and no disk todo this ;(. Here the result from xfs_repair -n:http://pastebin.com/jC5S0KSH
Looks like a handful of corrupted inode blocks, with the main problem being that the inodes 3469995058-3469995060 (i.e. 3 inodes) do not have the corect magic numbers in them. the rest of the inodes in that chunk are corrupt in some way, too, so it would seem that there's been some kind of write error to these inodes. xfs_repair should fix this problems without issues. Cheers, Dave. -- Dave Chinner david@xxxxxxxxxxxxx