Neil Brown wrote:
> On Wednesday March 12, [email protected] wrote:
>> On 12/03/2008, J. Bruce Fields <[email protected]> wrote:
>>> What was the exported filesystem?
> It's a bit of along shot, but could you try mounting the XFS file
> system with
> -o ikeep
> and see if it makes a difference.
> When you have "ikeep", I can find the code that increments the
> generation number between different uses of the one inode number.
> When you have "noikeep" (which I think is the default) it doesn't keep
> the inode of disk when deleted and so (presumably) needs generate a
> random generation number for each use. But I cannot find the code
> that does that. I'm probably not looking in the right place, but I
> don't think it can hurt to try "-o ikeep".
Ok, I've unmounted and remounted with that option enabled (/proc/mounts
confirms it's enabled). We'll see what happens.