Good day for everibody.
I have one problem with my new linux box. (again)
The hw is tested. (memtest86, 4 days)
The samba freezed and makes 40 load.
All what i am using is in-kernel solution, excepting samba.
libata ->bock -> raid -> cryptoloop -> xfs -> [samba] ->eth
The log file is here:
Sep 24 01:15:58 - Sep 24 01:19:16 -> i have repaired the 2 xfs on loop0 and
loop1Sep 24 14:18:00 -> only a little interesting time, when the first bug
was issued. (cron?)Sep 25 21:47:39 -> i have logged in.Sep 25 21:50:50 -> i
have forced the sysreq from script to make some more debug information.(I
have saved the lsof too if somebody interested.)Any help will be
appreciated.Thanks a lot,Janos Haar
I don't have any suggestions for your specific problem, but I can give
some suggestions that might make it easier to get help.
In the future, please include a more meaningful subject line. This
mailing list has a lot of traffic, and people often skip messages that
aren't obviously related to what they're working on.
It is usually useful to specify which exact kernel version you're using.
You have oopses in that log, but didn't mention them in your email or
include them within. Please read the reporting bugs document in the
kernel tree to see a better way to get the attention of those who
should be looking at your problem.
I have seen all those XFS oops/stack traces before. With the last
pull request to linus for 2.6.27-rc7, all known causes of the btree
corruption reported in your log messages should be fixed. I guess
you'll have to wait for 2.6.27-rc8 or 2.6.28 for them....
FWIW, next time you have XFS issues, please make it clear in the
subject line and cc firstname.lastname@example.org.