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Re: Unallocated inode
On Nov 25, 1:22pm, stix%stix.id.au@localhost (Paul Ripke) wrote:
-- Subject: Re: Unallocated inode
| On Mon, Nov 24, 2014 at 08:01:57PM -0500, Christos Zoulas wrote:
| > On Nov 25, 10:59am, stix%stix.id.au@localhost (Paul Ripke) wrote:
| > -- Subject: Re: Unallocated inode
| > | On Tue, Sep 02, 2014 at 06:15:49PM -0400, Christos Zoulas wrote:
| > | > On Sep 2, 2:27pm, stix%stix.id.au@localhost (Paul Ripke) wrote:
| > | > -- Subject: Re: Unallocated inode
| > | >
| > | > | Yeah, that's what scares me - it was the daily rsync and security cron
| > | > | jobs starting to generate errors that alerted me - those inodes must've
| > | > | been marked partially allocated only recently. Makes me wish I dumped
| > | > | out the contents of those two inodes before running the fsck (maybe
| > | > | fsdb should be able to do that?).
| > | >
| > | > Yes, I think fsdb can do that...
| > |
| > | Ok, this happened again. And with a tweaked fsdb, I get:
| > |
| > | fsdb (inum: 125770625)> print
| > | command `print
| > | '
| > | current inode 125770625: unallocated inode
| > | current inode: unallocated
| > | I=125770625 MODE=0 SIZE=0
| > | MTIME=Jan 1 10:00:00 1970 [0 nsec]
| > | CTIME=Nov 25 10:34:43 2014 [282996506 nsec]
| > | ATIME=Jan 1 10:00:00 1970 [0 nsec]
| > | OWNER=root GRP=wheel LINKCNT=0 FLAGS=0x0 BLKCNT=0x0 GEN=0x0
| > |
| > | Nothing was being touched in that part of the filesystem at the time...
| > | I think the CTIME may be related to me mv'ing the file elsewhere, the
| > | time somewhat matches. I find this somewhat scary. For reference:
| > Is that inode accessible from the filesystem? Can you reproduce this
| > running find on that subtree?
| Nope, it's inaccessible - again, it was the daily security reports
| that alerted me:
| slave:ksh$ find /home/tmp > /dev/null
| find: /home/tmp/badfile: Bad file descriptor
| (I renamed the inaccessible file into a convenient location as I
| couldn't figure out in 10 seconds how to cd thru directories with
| spaces in the names in fsdb...)
Looks like a filesystem race/bug, but i am not sure what your usage
pattern is that triggers it.
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