Bryan O'Donoghue wrote:
> Quick question.
>> Is anybody using XFS on a 2.6 yet?
>> I had been using it on a Slackware install on my lappy, but, either the
> FS got corrupt or I have a duff hard disk.
>> Thing being , I had just updated to 2.6 on the lappy from 2.5.72-xfs and
> I was wondering if perhaps it was an FS corruption thingy in 2.6?
>> I ask since my workstation is also running XFS (quite happily), but, I
> need to recompile to support a usb-mass storage device.
>> I just patched to 2.6.1, but, I'm wary of running the 2.6.1 kernel
> against my XFS partition, just in case.
badblocks should tell you whether there is a prob
with your disk or not.
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