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1. how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: martin f krafft <madduck@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 9 Jul 2005 11:11:45 +0200
This issues has been discussed before and I cannot find a solution. We have the challenge to create the Grub menu.lst file and immediately reboot afterwards. XFS will probably not flush the file in t
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00043.html (9,096 bytes)

2. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: Ethan Benson <erbenson@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 9 Jul 2005 15:19:51 -0800
the solution is to fix grub not to access the device directly during installation. it already has code to do its installation without direct device access. -- Ethan Benson http://www.alaska.net/~erbe
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00045.html (9,484 bytes)

3. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2005 14:12:54 +1000
Hi there, OK. Can you remount-readonly before you reboot? That is what is done for the root filesystem before a clean shutdown... and that flushes everything with no log recovery being required at st
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00046.html (9,997 bytes)

4. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: martin f krafft <madduck@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2005 10:43:45 +0200
also sprach Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx> [2005.07.10.0612 +0200]: I have considered this and will have to look into it. Software suspend. Right. So for me 'sync' means to flush to disk after which
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00048.html (11,065 bytes)

5. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 08:16:13 +1000
Er, oh. There's no xfs_freeze(8) in that test case...? I'm confused. Hmm, AFAICT you didn't really freeze the filesystem. The software suspend "freezer" is putting the system into a state such that i
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00051.html (10,145 bytes)

6. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: martin f krafft <madduck@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 01:46:35 +0300
also sprach Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx> [2005.07.11.0116 +0300]: Sorry for leaving out this vital info, I freeze (and unfreeze) right after changing the grub menu file. -- martin; (greetings from
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00052.html (10,597 bytes)

7. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 11:48:27 +1000
Ah, OK thats more interesting then - can you describe the way in which the Grub menu file is changed? e.g. ... is a new inode created or is an existing one overwritten? is it written via write(2) or
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00054.html (10,282 bytes)

8. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: martin f krafft <madduck@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 10:28:07 +0300
also sprach Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx> [2005.07.11.0448 +0300]: I am using sed to edit inplace and from what I know about sed, it actually creates a new inode. -- martin; (greetings from the hear
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00059.html (10,340 bytes)

9. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2005 11:40:28 +1000
Hi Martin, I don't seem to be able to reproduce this - does the following recipe fail for you on your machine? Maybe your kernels a bit out of date? (what version was that again?) /dev/sdb5 on /mnt/x
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00063.html (10,588 bytes)

10. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2005 12:05:25 +1000
Here's another recipe - this time without any possibility for a log recovery happening before the read... /mnt/xfs0 && xfs_freeze -u /mnt/xfs0 && reboot -f 133 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 11 Jul 13 11:40
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00065.html (10,428 bytes)

11. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: martin f krafft <madduck@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2005 16:40:34 +0300
[...] Both of these are different from the way grub accesses it. In order for me to reproduce the problem, I had to get access to the partition before mounting it. It seems as if (a) the file gets w
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00073.html (11,277 bytes)

12. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2005 06:49:36 +1000
The second case (xfs_db, above) is doing exactly that. It doesn't seem like that to me. No, it doesn't. Log replay only happens during mount. xfs_db would have the same problem, but doesn't... cheers
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00078.html (10,809 bytes)

13. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: martin f krafft <madduck@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2005 11:56:07 +0300
also sprach Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx> [2005.07.13.2349 +0300]: I will try to reproduce this problem. It might take some days. -- martin; (greetings from the heart of the sun.) \____ echo mailto:
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00085.html (10,675 bytes)

14. how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: martin f krafft <madduck@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 9 Jul 2005 11:11:45 +0200
This issues has been discussed before and I cannot find a solution. We have the challenge to create the Grub menu.lst file and immediately reboot afterwards. XFS will probably not flush the file in t
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00183.html (9,096 bytes)

15. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: Ethan Benson <erbenson@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 9 Jul 2005 15:19:51 -0800
the solution is to fix grub not to access the device directly during installation. it already has code to do its installation without direct device access. -- Ethan Benson http://www.alaska.net/~erbe
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00185.html (9,484 bytes)

16. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2005 14:12:54 +1000
Hi there, OK. Can you remount-readonly before you reboot? That is what is done for the root filesystem before a clean shutdown... and that flushes everything with no log recovery being required at st
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00186.html (9,997 bytes)

17. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: martin f krafft <madduck@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2005 10:43:45 +0200
also sprach Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx> [2005.07.10.0612 +0200]: I have considered this and will have to look into it. Software suspend. Right. So for me 'sync' means to flush to disk after which
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00188.html (11,065 bytes)

18. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 08:16:13 +1000
Er, oh. There's no xfs_freeze(8) in that test case...? I'm confused. Hmm, AFAICT you didn't really freeze the filesystem. The software suspend "freezer" is putting the system into a state such that i
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00191.html (10,145 bytes)

19. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: martin f krafft <madduck@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 01:46:35 +0300
also sprach Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx> [2005.07.11.0116 +0300]: Sorry for leaving out this vital info, I freeze (and unfreeze) right after changing the grub menu file. -- martin; (greetings from
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00192.html (10,597 bytes)

20. Re: how to flush an XFS filesystem (score: 1)
Author: Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 11:48:27 +1000
Ah, OK thats more interesting then - can you describe the way in which the Grub menu file is changed? e.g. ... is a new inode created or is an existing one overwritten? is it written via write(2) or
/archives/xfs/2005-07/msg00194.html (10,282 bytes)


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