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[linux-lvm] RE: Error on unmounting XFS LVM snapshot



I got these error messages on the Wolk 4.9s kernel, but not on XFS CVS
kernels (or vanilla linux with XFS patches applied). This is a somewhat
random guess, but you might try to upgrade LVM to 1.0.7, following the LVM
how-to, and see if the problem persists.



>-----Original Message-----
>From: Ronny Adsetts [mailto:ronny adsetts amazinginternet com]
>Sent: Friday, October 17, 2003 12:39
>To: linux-xfs oss sgi com; linux-lvm sistina com
>Subject: Error on unmounting XFS LVM snapshot
>
>
>Hi,
>
>Please Cc me on any replies.
>
>I am seeing an error logged when unmounting an LVM snapshot of an XFS 
>partition. Google doesn't give me much.
>
>I have reproduced this error on a different system using a totally 
>different disk sub-system (Mylex eXtremeRAID 3000) - the system below 
>has an Adaptec 2400A.
>
>Details are:
>
>System is XFS on top of LVM on top of hardware RAID.
>
>Software used:
>Debian: 3.0 (Mostly)
>Kernel: 2.4.21
>Kernel patches: Debian standard kernel patches; XFS 1.3.0
>LVM utils: 1.0.4-4 (Debian)
>XFS utils: 2.5.6-1 (Debian)
>
>Sequence of actions:
>1: xfs_freeze -f /home
>2: lvcreate -L 1G -s -n home_lv_bak /dev/vg0/home_lv
>3: xfs_freeze -u /home
>4: mount -t xfs -onouuid,ro,usrquota /dev/vg0/home_lv_bak /mnt/home
>5: umount /mnt/home
>6: lvremove -f /dev/vg0/home_lv_bak
>
>On step 5 of above, an error is logged:
>
>Logs:
>Oct 17 17:23:44 jettero kernel: lvm - lvm_map: ll_rw_blk write for 
>readonly LV /dev/vg0/home_lv_bak
>Oct 17 17:23:44 jettero kernel: xfs_force_shutdown(lvm(58,10),0x1) 
>called from line 351 of file xfs_rw.c.  Return address = 0xc01fd6aa
>Oct 17 17:23:44 jettero kernel: Filesystem "lvm(58,10)": I/O Error 
>Detected.  Shutting down filesystem: lvm(58,10)
>Oct 17 17:23:44 jettero kernel: Please umount the filesystem, and 
>rectify the problem(s)
>
>There is no oops and machine seems stable enough, though it's 
>only been 
>running a couple of days since I first did this.
>
>Is this anything to worry about? Is this a known problem? Are 
>there any 
>patches to fix it?
>
>Thanks and regards,
>Ronny Adsetts
>-- 
>Technical Director
>Amazing Internet Ltd, London
>t: +44 20 8607 9535
>f: +44 20 8607 9536
>w: www.amazinginternet.com
>
>



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