On 12/03/2014 06:39 AM, Lars Müller wrote: | Hi Roman, | | On Tue, Dec 02, 2014 at 08:10:17PM -0500, Roman Bysh wrote: | [ 8< ] || Thank you for subject help. I usually submit a bug report. || What was consistent with my actions was that I kept deleting all of the || unimportant snapshots in snapper each evening. Except my earliest single || snapshot. Interesting this happened after two weeks of deleting snapshots. || || Could this be the cause? Maybe, maybe not. | | Yes, but as you're not sure I would not blame btrfs even if other | filesystems work. I would check the hardware, in particular the memory | and the CPU.
I ran a lengthy test using memtest and no RAM errors appeared. My CPU is a Q6600 with no overclocking. No overheating. Ran a test with all four cores enabled and no errors.
My drive is WD "Black Caviar" 500 GB 7200. I ran an extensive test using System Rescue CD x86_64 with smartd and it passed.
| If you have a syslog daemon running check if there are any traces of a | kernel ooops. Maybe you're able to catch a kernel ooops. | | Check the CPU fan in particular for dust. I had been surprised how much | collected inside of my workstation when I had to replace a disk | recently.
The desktop mobo, CPU fans and all internals, connectors etc.. were cleaned recently. No dust yet.
|| Can this function be added to the script to https://openqa.opensuse.org/ ? | | How? Please make a more precise suggestion how to improve openqa in | this regard.
Add a script so that it would create a single snapshot when the installation has (including the updates) finished.
Next, keep deleting snapshots in snapper up to the single snapshot originally created.
Run dmesg | dmesg.log and post log.
Today I feel better. I'll be reinstalling using btrfs.