[OpenAFS] 1.6.1a migration from 1.4: corrupted and offline volumes
Wed, 19 Sep 2012 10:21:16 -0400
On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 9:37 AM, Jakub Moscicki <email@example.com> wrote:
> I just tried to deploy 1.6.1a on linux, migrating from 1.4 server. I
> compiled from tar.gz sources and copied executables to /usr/afs/bin
> This operation has put all my volumes offline with the following FileLog
> Wed Sep 19 13:54:48 2012 GetBitmap: addled vnode index in volume
> q.afs.st.afs211.fb.1; volume needs salvage
> Wed Sep 19 13:54:48 2012 VAttachVolume: error getting bitmap for volume
> Wed Sep 19 13:54:48 2012 ReadHeader: Failed to open volume info header file
> (volume=1934450242, inode=8308400533853437951); errno=2
ENOENT, so the file it wanted wasn't there.
> Wed Sep 19 13:54:48 2012 VAttachVolume: Error reading diskDataHandle header
> for vol 1934450244; error=101
> Wed Sep 19 13:54:48 2012 VAttachVolume: Error attaching volume
> /vicepfb/V1934450244.vol; volume needs salvage; error=101
> I then tried to salvage one of the volumes with the following salvager
> 09/19/2012 13:34:10 SYNC_ask: negative response on circuit 'FSSYNC'
> 09/19/2012 13:34:10 FSYNC_askfs: FSSYNC request denied for reason=101
> 09/19/2012 13:34:10 AskOnline: file server denied online request to volume
> 1934450244 partition /vicepfb; trying again...
> Finally another salvage attempt on the same volume corrupted it and left it
> at 0KB:
> (#) OpenAFS 1.6.1a built 2012-09-19
> 09/19/2012 13:56:14 STARTING AFS SALVAGER 2.4 (/usr/afs/bin/salvager
> /vicepfb 1934450242 -showlog -orphans remove)
> 09/19/2012 13:56:14 1 nVolumesInInodeFile 32
> 09/19/2012 13:56:14 SALVAGING VOLUME 1934450242.
> 09/19/2012 13:56:14 q.afs.st.afs211.fb.3 (1934450242) updated 08/21/2012
> 09/19/2012 13:56:14 totalInodes 4
which are the vnode indexes (4 files)
> 09/19/2012 13:56:14 Salvaged q.afs.st.afs211.fb.3 (1934450242): 0 files, 0
> 09/19/2012 13:56:14 The volume header file /vicepfb/V1934450244.vol is not
> associated with any actual data (deleted)
there was already no data when you ran the salvager. it removed the
header and indices.
for whatever reason the files the AFS servers are looking for are not
there. was a binary swap the
only thing done?