On 5/6/15 4:58 PM, Dave Chinner wrote:
> On Wed, May 06, 2015 at 07:47:51PM +0000, Scott, Edmund J @ SSG -
> Link wrote:
>> We are in a thunderstorm right now so we had to shut down, be a
>> while until we get things back up. We're in Utah with a rolling
>> t-storm coming through.
>> We did find documentation that XFS version 1 was pulled out of the
>> linux kernel around or after kernel 2.4. and the messages kind of
>> support that. I'm looking into digging up an old Red Hat OS to see
>> if it is old enough to have the version 1 XFS in it.
> You'd be talking about the directory version, then, not the version
> of the filesystem? Irix 6.2 introduced Version 4 filesystems, but
> version 2 directories didn't come along until a couple of years
> later. See Slides 6-7 here:
> As it is, the dirv1 removal commit says "Never functioned on Linux,
> just pure bloat".
> So I suspect that the only way you are going to be able to read
> those filesystems is with an Irix machine....
IIRC it worked, FSVO "worked" - I forget the issues, but you will
at least be able to mount it and get some data, I think.