Bug ID: 1136772 Summary: Kernel bug triggered when mounting btrfs file system Classification: openSUSE Product: openSUSE Tumbleweed Version: Current Hardware: Other OS: Other Status: NEW Severity: Major Priority: P5 - None Component: Kernel Assignee: email@example.com Reporter: firstname.lastname@example.org QA Contact: email@example.com Found By: --- Blocker: ---
Created attachment 806382 --> http://bugzilla.opensuse.org/attachment.cgi?id=806382&action=edit dmesg output
The btrfs file system on the system disk suddenly got damaged. The reason is unknown. Subsequent attempts to reboot and mount led to messages in the system log: kernel BUG at fs/btrfs/ctree.h:3524! Using a recent rescue disk didn't really help. I attached the output of dmesg. I was trying to mount the disk using the tumbleweed rescue disk. 'btrfs scrub' was not helpful. I can mount the file system on the disk, but I can't do anything useful with it. All operations seem to block.
Any ideas what I could do with this file system are welcome
--- Comment #1 from Gottfried Necker firstname.lastname@example.org --- I was finally able to mount this filesystem by using the rescue system of the tumbleweed snapshot 20190226. Afterwards I was able to mount the filesystem using the recent kernel again. Maybe this bug is a duplicate of 1136436.