bgfsck hosed (lockups) in -current?
alfred at freebsd.org
Wed Jul 11 22:05:08 UTC 2007
* Robert Watson <rwatson at FreeBSD.org> [070711 14:37] wrote:
> On Wed, 11 Jul 2007, Alfred Perlstein wrote:
> >I have current as of last week.
> >I noticed that if I needed a bgfsck on ufs when rebooting my system would
> >lock up almost immediately. Everything would deadlock.
> >If I rebooted single user and did a regular "fsck -y" then continued to
> >boot, I'd be OK.
> >Has anyone else experienced this? I'm going to update to the most recent
> >current and get more information (which wait channels etc) but wanted to
> >know if anyone knew about this.
> >I recall seeing a LOT of fixes for various deadlocks in snapshots and
> >bgfsck going in lately, but nothing that looked to me as if it'd trigger a
> I'm not seeing this either -- have you tried running a manual fsck to see
> if it turns up anything deeply unsatisfying that could be causing bgfsck
> some bother?
Of course, nothing comes up that's interesting.
I'll try to reproduce this and give better feedback in the next few
- Alfred Perlstein
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