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Re: [Linux-cluster] gfs2 filesystem crash with no recovery?



Hi,

On Thu, 2010-03-18 at 09:18 -0400, Douglas O'Neal wrote:
> On 03/15/2010 09:55 AM, Douglas O'Neal wrote:
> > I have a problem with a gfs2 filesystem that is (was) being mounted 
> > from a single host.  The system appeared to have hung over the weekend 
> > so I unmounted and remounted the disk.  After a couple of minutes I 
> > received this in the kernel logs:
> >
> > Mar 15 08:28:50 localhost kernel: GFS2: fsid=: Trying to join cluster 
> > "lock_nolock", "sde1"
> > Mar 15 08:28:50 localhost kernel: GFS2: fsid=sde1.0: Now mounting FS...
> > Mar 15 08:28:50 localhost kernel: GFS2: fsid=sde1.0: jid=0, already 
> > locked for use
> > Mar 15 08:28:50 localhost kernel: GFS2: fsid=sde1.0: jid=0: Looking at 
> > journal...
> > Mar 15 08:28:50 localhost kernel: GFS2: fsid=sde1.0: jid=0: Done
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: GFS2: fsid=sde1.0: fatal: invalid 
> > metadata block
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: GFS2: fsid=sde1.0:   bh = 4294972166 
> > (type: exp=3, found=2)
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: GFS2: fsid=sde1.0:   function = 
> > gfs2_rgrp_bh_get, file = fs/gfs2/rgrp.c, line = 759
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: GFS2: fsid=sde1.0: about to withdraw 
> > this file system
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: GFS2: fsid=sde1.0: withdrawn
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: Pid: 3687, comm: cp Not tainted 
> > 2.6.32-gentoo-r7 #2
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: Call Trace:
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffffa03b285d>] ? 
> > gfs2_lm_withdraw+0x12d/0x160 [gfs2]
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffff813bf22b>] ? 
> > io_schedule+0x4b/0x70
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffff810cc560>] ? 
> > sync_buffer+0x0/0x50
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffff813bf7a9>] ? 
> > out_of_line_wait_on_bit+0x79/0xa0
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffff8104e740>] ? 
> > wake_bit_function+0x0/0x30
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffff810cb162>] ? 
> > submit_bh+0x112/0x140
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffffa03b2947>] ? 
> > gfs2_metatype_check_ii+0x47/0x60 [gfs2]
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffffa03ae40b>] ? 
> > gfs2_rgrp_bh_get+0x1db/0x300 [gfs2]
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffffa0397d86>] ? 
> > do_promote+0x116/0x200 [gfs2]
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffffa03992a5>] ? 
> > finish_xmote+0x1a5/0x3a0 [gfs2]
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffffa0398fcd>] ? 
> > do_xmote+0xfd/0x230 [gfs2]
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffffa039986d>] ? 
> > gfs2_glock_nq+0x13d/0x320 [gfs2]
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffffa03aea2d>] ? 
> > gfs2_inplace_reserve_i+0x1ed/0x7b0 [gfs2]
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffffa0399581>] ? 
> > run_queue+0xe1/0x210 [gfs2]
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffffa039986d>] ? 
> > gfs2_glock_nq+0x13d/0x320 [gfs2]
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffffa03a1f92>] ? 
> > gfs2_write_begin+0x272/0x480 [gfs2]
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffff8106df04>] ? 
> > generic_file_buffered_write+0x114/0x290
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffff8106e4a8>] ? 
> > __generic_file_aio_write+0x278/0x450
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffff8106e6d5>] ? 
> > generic_file_aio_write+0x55/0xb0
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffff810a6a1b>] ? 
> > do_sync_write+0xdb/0x120
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffff8104e710>] ? 
> > autoremove_wake_function+0x0/0x30
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffff8108511f>] ? 
> > handle_mm_fault+0x1bf/0x850
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffff8108b5cc>] ? 
> > mmap_region+0x23c/0x5d0
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffff810a752b>] ? 
> > vfs_write+0xcb/0x160
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffff810a76c3>] ? 
> > sys_write+0x53/0xa0
> > Mar 15 08:43:37 localhost kernel: [<ffffffff8100b2ab>] ? 
> > system_call_fastpath+0x16/0x1b
> >
> > I again unmounted the disk but now when I try to fsck the filesystem I 
> > get:
> > urania# fsck.gfs2 -v /dev/sde1
> > Initializing fsck
> > Initializing lists...
> > Either the super block is corrupted, or this is not a GFS2 filesystem
> >
> > The server is a running kernel 2.6.32, 64-bit.  The array is a 
> > Jetstore 516iS with a single 28TB iSCSI volume defined.  The relevant 
> > line from the fstab is
> > /dev/sde1        /illumina    gfs2    _netdev,rw,lockproto=lock_nolock
> >
> > gfs2_tool isn't much help, nor is gfs2_edit:
> > urania# gfs2_tool sb /dev/sde1 all
> > /usr/src/cluster-3.0.7/gfs2/tool/../libgfs2/libgfs2.h: there isn't a 
> > GFS2 filesystem on /dev/sde1
> > urania# gfs2_edit -p sb /dev/sde1
> > bad seek: Invalid argument from gfs2_load_inode:416: block 
> > 3747350044811107074 (0x34014302ee029b02)
> >
> > Is there an alternate superblock that I can use to mount the disk to 
> > at least get the last couple of days of data off of it?
> >
> Anybody?
> 
What version of the userland tools are you using? There has been an
update recently to fsck designed to solve a number of problems. I've
never seen a filesystem which is so badly corrupted that the super block
is unrecognisable before. The super block is not ever altered during
normal fs usage.

Are you 100% certain that this volume was not being accessed by another
node on the network?

If you can save off the metadata then we can take a look at it. That
might not be possible with a corrupt superblock though, so an
alternative is to make it available somehow for us to look at,

Steve.



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