Re: HELP 2.1.108/SMP: Oops + Trace, inode 08:11/62243 still has locks!

Bill Hawes (
Mon, 27 Jul 1998 11:43:30 -0700

Jordan Mendelson wrote:

> >
> > Could you look up what inode was involved here? Knowing which fs
> > was involved may give information on
> > the usage pattern. These messages usually indicate a bug in the
> > fs -- inodes aren't supposed to be
> > released with any locks or dentries still attached.
> Exactly how would one go about doing that? I don't know of any program which
> shows me what one particular inode is.

OK, start with which fs was using the device in question. Then the inode number
can be found using ls -i or dumpe2fs if it's an ext2 volume.


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