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Re: [Linux-cluster] gfs_fsck fails on large filesystem



On Tuesday 01 August 2006 18:32, Stephen Willey wrote:
> Robert Peterson wrote:
> > Hi Stephen,
> >
> > Yes, this is a problem with gfs_fsck.  The problem is, it tries to
> > allocate memory
> > for bitmaps based on the size of the file system.  The bitmap structures
> > are used
> > throughout the code, so they're not optional.  I'll have to figure out
> > how to
> > do this a better way.  Thanks for opening the bugzilla (200883).  I'll
> > work on it.
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > Bob Peterson
> > Red Hat Cluster Suite
>
> The fsck is now running after we added the 137Gb swap drive.  It appears
> to consistently chew about 4Gb of RAM (sometimes higher) but it is
> working (for now).
>
> Any ballpark idea of how long it'll take to fsck a 45Tb FS?  I know
> that's a "how long is a piece of string" question, but are we talking
> hours/days/weeks?
>
> Stephen
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It took 55 hours for all 7 passes on my  1TB partition (with alot of files on 
it) . partition resided on raid 10 sata storage. Does anyone else have 
execution times for gfs_gsck ?


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