[Ocfs-users] copy error + control file corruption in ocfs 1.10
philip.copeland at oracle.com
Wed Mar 10 17:10:41 CST 2004
Ok well since the 5.2.0 stuff sucks,...
I've poked at the AS2.1 fileutils-4.1-10 kit again and rebuilt it with
NOW UNDERSTAND, I've not done a large amount of testing but it does seem
to cure the issue.
I've just pushed the kit to the oss server so it'll pick it up in a few
minutes as the following (it harvests any push I make every 15 minutes
On Wed, 2004-03-10 at 15:26, Bryce wrote:
> Umm I think you tripped over an oversight on my part
> If you grab the modifed coreutils, unpack and look at the code in
> src/copy.c about line 1858, it crates a buffer for data read in to be
> stored in
> buf = (char *) alloca (buf_size + sizeof (int));
> that line should probably have alloca replaced with valloc
> What I think is happening (I'm caught doing port forwarding stuff atm)
> is that the read is being made as O_DIRECT into a buffer that is not
> page aligned. I'll try ad get this port forward stuff don asap and try
> and get back to a solution for you
> On Wed, 2004-03-10 at 12:15, Robert Blok wrote:
> > Wim,
> > Below are two problems I found in testing the newly released ocfs version.
> > Just for your information.
> > Gr,
> > Robert.
> > - Copying of multiple files gives errors
> > [oracle at prac01 test]$ cp --o_direct -R ./a2/* ./backup/a2/.
> > cp: writing `./backup/a2/./ccdata.dbf.bck': Invalid argument
> > cp: writing `./backup/a2/./ccindex.dbf': Invalid argument
> > cp: writing `./backup/a2/./control02.ctl': Invalid argument
> > cp: writing `./backup/a2/./system01.dbf': Invalid argument
> > cp: writing `./backup/a2/./temp01.dbf': Invalid argument
> > cp: writing `./backup/a2/./undotbs01.dbf': Invalid argument
> > cp: writing `./backup/a2/./undotbs01.dbf.bck': Invalid argument
> > cp: writing `./backup/a2/./undotbs02.dbf': Invalid argument
> > [oracle at prac01 test]$ for file in `ls ./a2/*`
> > > do
> > > cp --o_direct -Rp $file ./backup/a2
> > > done
> > [oracle at prac01 test]$ for file in `ls ./a1/*`; do cp --o_direct -Rp $file
> > ./backup/a1; done
> > [oracle at prac01 test]$ for file in `ls ./r1/*`; do cp --o_direct -Rp $file
> > ./backup/r1; done
> > [oracle at prac01 test]$ for file in `ls ./r2/*`; do cp --o_direct -Rp $file
> > ./backup/r2; done
> > - Creating a corrupt control file
> > [oracle at prac01 a1]$ cp /dev/zero control01.ctl
> > cp: cannot create regular file `control01.ctl': Permission denied
> > --> both instances are crashed!
> > [oracle at prac01 a1]$ rm control01.ctl
> > [oracle at prac01 a1]$ cp ../a2/control02.ctl ./control01.ctl
> > [oracle at prac01 a1]$ svrctl start database -d test
> > bash: svrctl: command not found
> > [oracle at prac01 a1]$ srvctl start database -d test
> > PRKP-1005 : Failed to start up cluster database test
> > ORA-00227: corrupt block detected in controlfile: (block 315, # blocks 1)
> > ORA-00202: controlfile: '/oradata/test/a1/control01.ctl'
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