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Ah, that is also a major user of memory, and not necessarily one that optimizing the internal bitmap will help significantly. Not that this only works for e2fsck version 1.40 or higher (meaning: CentOS and RHEL users are screwed since they only provide 1.39). $ rpm -qa | grep e2fsprogs e2fsprogs-libs-1.39-34.el5_8.1 e2fsprogs-devel-1.39-34.el5_8.1 No, I don't think this will help. Why was Gilderoy Lockhart unable to be cured?
Is there a way to disable disk checks after a specific amount of mounts? blackjackel, Jan 3, 2014 #1 RMerlin Part of the Furniture Joined: Apr 14, 2012 Messages: 20,095 Location: Canada blackjackel said: ↑ Every time disk needs to be checked I get this What RAM do you have in dom0? RT-AC68U with RMerlin's FW ps: don't take my "senior member" title too seriously...
See the compile commands above to compile the latest version yourself. I'm a Support Manager at Nucleus Hosting in Belgium, a general web geek, public speaker and podcaster. Please don't fill out this field. E2fsck One ext3 filesystem is 2.7 TB in size, and fsck can't check it, because it runs out of memory, with an error such as this one: Error allocating directory block array:
Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter: I agree to receive quotes, newsletters and other information from sourceforge.net and its partners regarding IT services and products. Qnap E2fsck Memory Allocation Failed I use a different version of the fsck tools on my FW, but I never really tested them either with a large hard disk - I only use flash drives on Go to the full postShannon Kimber Members #1 Shannon Kimber 7 posts Posted 02 April 2013 - 12:08 PM We have a Tier 2 Xenserver 6.0.2 (15138 - XS602E005 https://sourceforge.net/p/e2fsprogs/bugs/254/ The given message may give details useful for debugging the problem.message: Failure("Storage_access failed with: SR_BACKEND_FAILURE_52: [ ; Logical Volume mount/activate error [opterr=FSCK failed on /dev/XSLocalEXT-d51e5f96-8f05-d16e-a1ff-e6ae2094a1d6/d51e5f96-8f05-d16e-a1ff-e6ae2094a1d6.
Does this operation exist? If the situation was reversed, the "icount" option would be appropriate. Steve Sybesma posted Oct 9, 2016 at 9:23 PM Internet connection drops when... Cheers, Andreas -- To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe linux-ext4" in the body of a message to [email protected] More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html Follow-Ups: Re: Memory allocation failed,
Browse other questions tagged linux debian memory ext3 fsck or ask your own question. http://discussions.citrix.com/topic/328361-local-storage-sr-backend-failure-52/ Now, since you have a e2fsck version higher than 1.40, you can set the options to use a scratch-disk and avoice the Out-of-Memory errors. Error Allocating Icount Link Information If you had to make a new e2fsck yourself because the OS didn't have a recent version, start the new e2fsck as such. $ /usr/local/src/e2fsprogs-1.42.5/e2fsck/e2fsck -f /dev/vg_mnt/lv_mnt01 If you had a Fsck Error Storing Directory Block Information The problem is not with that inode, just that it is needing to allocate a structure because of nlinks=2 (this is normal).
Inbound links - e2fsck: Error allocating directory block array: falha na alocação de memória | iMasters Copyright © Mattias Geniar 2016 current community blog chat Server Fault Meta Server Fault I'm doing some tests on the router and rebooting it a bunch of times, and i have to do this disk scan almost every day because of this.Click to expand... Is there a way to disable disk checks after a specific amount of mounts? http://axishost.net/error-allocating/error-allocating-icount.php A show by and for geeks!
I'm doing some tests on the router and rebooting it a bunch of times, and i have to do this disk scan almost every day because of this.Click to expand... It's emailed only once a day and you can unsubscribe any time. Create /etc/e2fsck.conf with the following contents: [scratch_files] directory = /var/cache/e2fsck (And, obviously, make sure that directory exists, and is on a partition with a good few GB of free space).
ncfoster posted Oct 9, 2016 at 10:46 PM Wireless Log txcanuck posted Oct 9, 2016 at 9:40 PM "Encourage" 5 GHz Operation txcanuck posted Oct 9, 2016 at 9:39 PM multiple The "scratch_files" configuration option for e2fsck became available sometime in the version 1.40.x period. (In our case, we had to upgrade to the latest Debian distribution to get this functionality.) As Not the answer you're looking for? Topology and the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics How to determine enemy ammo levels Is the NHS wrong about passwords?
SmallNetBuilder Forums Home Forums > Wireless Networking > ASUS Wireless > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums News Archive Recent Activity Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums News Archive Apart from booting into a 64-bit kernel, are there any other ways of getting fsck to complete its check? Train and bus costs in Switzerland Photoshop's color replacement tool changes to grey (instead of white) — how can I change a grey background to pure white? get redirected here Stay logged in RSS Feeds All Threads News Only Most Popular Routers #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 Hot On SmallNetBuilder AC1900 First Look: NETGEAR R7000 & ASUS RT-AC68U Mesh Wi-Fi Mashup
It helps keeps you informed about open source projects, Linux guides & tutorials and the latest news. Are there any saltwater rivers on Earth? This is probably doable with some light understanding of e2fsprogs, since the icount interface is well encapsulated, but it isn't something I have time for now. I also tried with last e2fsprogs stable release 1.40.10, getting the same error :-/ Regards, -- Santi Saez Follow-Ups: Re: 2GB memory limit running fsck on a +6TB device From: Theodore