Re: lvm/nfs crash

From: Bret Towe
Date: Wed Nov 23 2005 - 23:53:23 EST

On 11/23/05, Andrew Morton <akpm@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Bret Towe <magnade@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >
> > while doing a pvmove to get some data off of a drive that was starting to fail
> > i did a refresh on a nfs mount from a client and the server
> > doing this pvmove got the following crash in dmesg
> > and it happened pvmove didnt make any progress any more
> > after a reboot so i could try resuming pvmove it would crash on
> > fsck of one of the lvm partitons i finally got it to boot correctly after
> > running a livecd resuming the pvmove from there without even
> > trying to fsck
> >
> > the kernel that did this orignally i had named 2.6.14-git11.5
> > which for me means i synced to the git tree before the -git12 snapshot
> > had been made i also booted back to to see if it worked
> > but it gave similiar crash i forgot to take a picture of ether of those
> > crashs at boot but solving this other crash would prob prevent
> > the other from happening
> >
> > and no before you ask i do not intend to repeat it :)
> > hopefully somethin can be made of this
> >
> Are you using 4k stacks or 8k?


so says the .config
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