On Mon, 2008-04-21 at 09:04 -0500, Mike McGrath wrote: > So we're in a bit of trouble. Right now the ext3 filesystem on /mnt/koji > is in a sort of funky state. There's a section of the filesystem that is > pretty borked. Running fsck.ext3 on it causes a segfault. The core dump > is 2G right now. This is likely from the short few hours we ran /mnt/koji > from a RHEL4 box (lesson learned there...) > > Steps to proceed: > > 1) Snapshots - I've been doing all of my tests from snapshots and will > continue to do so. The share itself doesn't seem to be catastrophically > broken, just that one section. > > 2) Contact some fs experts with the dump and see what is going on. > > 3) Fix the filesystem. > > 4) Also, for the last 4 nights at around 3 am my time the filesystem has > hit this part of the disk causing it to get remounted ro. I'd like to > setup a script to auto correct this issue until we can come up with a > permanent fix. Just saves me from having to get up in the middle of the > night. > > Is anyone against this? I'm mostly worried about step3 then anything. > Before we do that I want to make sure we have a proper backup and do > plenty of tests from snapshots. It might be best to do 3) after the > release. > This gets a +1 from me. Must keep that thing stable, and you sane. -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- All my bits are free, are yours?
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