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Old 01-20-2012, 02:10 PM
 
Default fsck.gfs2 pass2: Don't delete invalid inode metadata

From: Bob Peterson <rpeterso@redhat.com>

In pass2, all metadata was deleted for inodes that were marked either
"bad" or "invalid" but that is wrong, and here is why:
Blocks marked "invalid" were invalidated due to duplicate block references.
Pass1b should have already taken care of deleting their metadata, so in pass2
we only need to delete the directory entries pointing to them. We delete the
metadata in pass1b because we need to eliminate the inode referencing the
duplicate-referenced block from the list of candidates to keep. So we have a
delete-as-we-go policy. Blocks marked "bad" need to have their entire
metadata tree deleted.

rhbz#675723
---
gfs2/fsck/pass2.c | 30 ++++++++++++++++++++++--------
1 files changed, 22 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)

diff --git a/gfs2/fsck/pass2.c b/gfs2/fsck/pass2.c
index bcd9355..5fe5454 100644
--- a/gfs2/fsck/pass2.c
+++ b/gfs2/fsck/pass2.c
@@ -315,6 +315,18 @@ static int check_dentry(struct gfs2_inode *ip, struct gfs2_dirent *dent,

q = block_type(entryblock);
/* Get the status of the directory inode */
+ /**
+ * 1. Blocks marked "invalid" were invalidated due to duplicate
+ * block references. Pass1b should have already taken care of deleting
+ * their metadata, so here we only need to delete the directory entries
+ * pointing to them. We delete the metadata in pass1b because we need
+ * to eliminate the inode referencing the duplicate-referenced block
+ * from the list of candidates to keep. So we have a delete-as-we-go
+ * policy.
+ *
+ * 2. Blocks marked "bad" need to have their entire
+ * metadata tree deleted.
+ */
if (q == gfs2_inode_invalid || q == gfs2_bad_block) {
/* This entry's inode has bad blocks in it */

@@ -329,14 +341,16 @@ static int check_dentry(struct gfs2_inode *ip, struct gfs2_dirent *dent,
goto dentry_is_valid;
}

- if (ip->i_di.di_num.no_addr == entryblock)
- entry_ip = ip;
- else
- entry_ip = fsck_load_inode(sdp, entryblock);
- check_inode_eattr(entry_ip, &pass2_fxns_delete);
- check_metatree(entry_ip, &pass2_fxns_delete);
- if (entry_ip != ip)
- fsck_inode_put(&entry_ip);
+ if (q == gfs2_bad_block) {
+ if (ip->i_di.di_num.no_addr == entryblock)
+ entry_ip = ip;
+ else
+ entry_ip = fsck_load_inode(sdp, entryblock);
+ check_inode_eattr(entry_ip, &pass2_fxns_delete);
+ check_metatree(entry_ip, &pass2_fxns_delete);
+ if (entry_ip != ip)
+ fsck_inode_put(&entry_ip);
+ }
fsck_blockmap_set(ip, entryblock,
_("bad directory entry"), gfs2_block_free);
log_err( _("Inode %lld (0x%llx) was deleted.
"),
--
1.7.7.5
 

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