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+[[!meta title="Second bite on arse from and XFS"]]
+[[!meta author="Daniel Silverstone"]]
+[[!meta date="2004-10-01 18:33:05 +0100"]]
+[[!tag tech]]
+Today I had my second bite on the arse from having an XFS filesystem
+under a kernel. A while ago I upgraded my fileserver at home and
+decided that sounded like a good plan. It tried to eat my
+filesystem and pure luck and judicious use of temporarily incomplete MD
+configs saved my 80 gigs of data.
+Today my Ubuntu install started being odd. A quick boot into d-i later
+and a prod around with `xfs_check` and subsequently `xfs_repair` and all
+is well. I am running Debian’s 2.6.7 kernel until I can work out what is
+up with *sigh*