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[[!meta title="Second bite on arse from 2.6.8.1 and XFS"]]
[[!meta author="Daniel Silverstone"]]
[[!meta date="2004-10-01 18:33:05 +0100"]]
[[!tag converted-badly-from-textile tech]]

Today I had my second bite on the arse from having an XFS filesystem
under a 2.6.8.1 kernel. A while ago I upgraded my fileserver at home and
decided that 2.6.8.1 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 2.6.8.1. *sigh*