Recover slave PFS
Antonio Huete Jimenez
ahuete.devel at gmail.com
Sun Aug 7 02:16:17 PDT 2011
Sven,You can use hammer info to display all the existing PFSs among other things. It will tell you also if they are mounted or not.Cheers,Antonio Huete2011/8/7 Sven Gaerner <sgaerner at gmx.net>
On Sat, Aug 06, 2011 at 04:43:43PM -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote:
> It is a bug, it shouldn't have removed the softlink for the PFS. However, the
> only way to destroy a pfs is with pfs-destroy and since you didn't do that the
> PFS is still intact.
Thanks for pointing this out. I guessed that because the space was still
> All you have to do is re-create the softlink.
> The PFS softlink points to "@@-1:nnnnn" Where 'n' is the pfs number. For example,
> PFS #5 would be: "@@-1:00005"
> The format must be precise. If you recreate the softlink for the missing pfs in
> your /pfs directory you should be able to CD into it and get it back.
> If you don't know the PFS number look at the PFS numbers for the existing PFS's and
> guess at the ones that might be missing.
It worked by re-creating the softlink. Very nice. It was the first PSF
on that device, so I did not have to test a lot.
Is there a way to list all allocated but not referenced PSF?
Thanks a lot.
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