On 17/06/2019 09:26, Michael Pujos wrote:
It finally happened.
Had the system hard crash in KDE + NVIDIA drivers, latest 5.1.7 kernel
as of today.
Force powered off the system and on reboot the system fails to mount
/var and /tmp. Not a good sign.
I boot on a current TW USB image in rescue mode.
I mount the btrfs partition and in dmesg I see this kernel crash fixed
by a recent patch that will be in 5.2, that is related to power loss:
So I'm asking to kernel experts here if this situation can be recovered ?
btrfs scrub seems to be stuck at 0%. I did not try anything else.
Would booting with an old kernel eventually work ?
Or booting with a recent kernel having that patch ?
Anything that could recover the situation...
This is really never fun when something happen.
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