On 12/02/2014 03:51 AM, Lars Müller wrote:
On Mon, Dec 01, 2014 at 04:00:11PM -0500, Roman Bysh wrote: [ 8< ]
The main problem in btfs is when you get "csum" errors in the filesystem. See the errors I posted earlier. When I restored my earliest snapshot the csum errors still existed.
And you filed a bug report? No you did'n? Please do and report the bug ID back to this thread. Also add to the bug report a pointer to this thread like http://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-factory/2014-12/msg00018.html
I'm sure you'll find a posting in the thread which explains your issue better.
Please also consder to update/ modify the subject of the thread too so your description might get the attention of a kernel developer. Something like:
Subject: btrfs, all the devs, and openSUSE suck (was: Internal compiler error when running make oldconfig && make prepare)
So early in my initial installation, I could no longer compile changes using the "make" command. I could not fix it. I didn't do anything special or extreme for the filesystem to get so corrupted.
Personally, I think the btrfs filesystem and its tools need more time to evolve.
See, that's what you believe. But we need to track what's going on. And therefore we need a bug report.
At the end it anyhow will be your broken memory. ;) It wouldn't be the first time btrfs (or xfs) defaced such an issue.
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. Can this function be added to the script to https://openqa.opensuse.org/ ?
I followed an example of creating it from the snapper website. I should have created a pre and post snapshot to restore. Yes.
The problem is that I've reinstalled using ext4. I was upset that I could no longer work with the kernel source. And, the snapshot was read-only when booting into it.
I will reinstall with btrfs. During the installation, I always remove the grub2-efi subvolume. My Asus P5Q motherboard uses a standard BIOS.
I've been using the ext2 filesystem since 2000 with Mandrake 7. Then Mandrake Linux 8 - 9.2 with ext3. Then switched to openSUSE 10 using ext4 and reiser3 filesystems. I really liked reiser3 - and it was fast.
IMHO As a user, I never had to worry about the filesystem except the odd fsck until btrfs. That's a fact. Nor should any user. However, I enjoy a challenge. I'll keep on testing and testing.
Next time, I'll submit a bug report as soon as it happens.
There's a lot of the new information to cram into this old brain of mine `:-)
Roman ----------------------------------- openSUSE Open Minds Open Sources Open Future ----------------------------------- http://linuxcounter.net/ #179293