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Re: weird quota issue

To: Dave Chinner <david@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: weird quota issue
From: "Weber, Charles (NIH/NIA/IRP) [C]" <weberc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2014 11:31:58 -0500
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here you go

no quota mount
very quick to mount
XFS (dm-7): delaylog is the default now, option is deprecated.
XFS (dm-7): Mounting Filesystem

uquota mount
hangs for long time after mount command
XFS (dm-7): Mounting Filesystem
XFS (dm-7): Ending clean mount
XFS (dm-7): Quotacheck needed: Please wait.
XFS (dm-7): Quotacheck: Done.

uquota/prjquota mount
quick mount time
XFS (dm-7): Mounting Filesystem
XFS (dm-7): Ending clean mount
XFS (dm-7): Failed to initialize disk quotas.

prjquota mnt
XFS (dm-7): Failed to initialize disk quotas.

Iâll look into the tracecmd stuff after lunch.
> On Dec 22, 2014, at 9:42 PM, Dave Chinner <david@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 23, 2014 at 02:12:15AM +0000, Weber, Charles (NIH/NIA/IRP) [E] 
> wrote:
>> here you go
>> # xfs_db -c "inode 131" -c p /dev/dm-7
> Nothing obviously wrong there, so there's no clear indication of why
> the quota initialisation failed. If hasn't got to quotacheck,
> because theat throws verbos errors when it fails, so it's something
> going wrong during initialisation.
> Just to narrow it down, if you mount with just uquota does the
> mount succeed? Please post the dmesg output whatever the outcome.
> Does mounting with just pquota succeed? If neither succeed, what
> happens if you mount with no quotas, then unmount and mount again
> with quotas enabled?
> If it still doesn't work, I'm going to need an event trace of a
> failed mount (install trace-cmd and run:
> # trace-cmd record -e xfs\* mount -o uquota,pquota /dev/dm-7 /mnt/pt
> <some output>
> # trace-cmd report > trace.out
> And then compress the trace.out file and attach it.
> Cheers,
> Dave.
> -- 
> Dave Chinner
> david@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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