- After an attempt to extend a gfs2 filesystem hung, the gfs2 filesystem will not mount and then
fsck.gfs2dies when checking the filesystem:
# fsck.gfs2 -v -y /dev/mapper/shared_fs-lvol1 | tail [length 0xfffd] rgrp 767 at block 0x2fdfefc intactrgrp found at 0x2fdfefc, length=1, used=0, free=65528 [length 0xfffd] rgrp 768 at block 0x2fefef9 intactrgrp found at 0x2fefef9, length=1, used=0, free=65528 [length 0xfffd] rgrp 769 at block 0x2fffef6 intact [length 0xfffd] L5: number of rgs expected = 769. Block #-1 (0xffffffffffffffff) (-50396915 of 5) is not GFS2_METATYPE_RB. Attempting to repair the rgrp. bad read: Invalid argument from rewrite_rg_block:671: block 18446744073709551615 (0xffffffffffffffff)
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 6, 7 (with the High Availability Add On and Resilient Storage Add Ons)
- A Global Filesystem 2(
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