Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1265317
Server freeze transfer large directory
Last modified: 2015-10-13 07:12:04 EDT
I am trying to move a folder on an encrypted USB drive with a size multiple TB to an encrypted raid 6 running Fedora server 22 and ext4. After a while the system becomes unresponsive and TTY is flooded with 'kernel: audit: backlog limit exceeded' messages.
Logging in isn't possible and ssh doesn't work either. The system responds to the keyboard, and there is enough disk space available. Copying to the USB drive from the same server worked flawlessly. I haven't found any relevant information in abrt or the logs.
Why do you think it is SELinux issue?
Does it work in permissive mode?
(In reply to Miroslav Grepl from comment #1)
> Why do you think it is SELinux issue?
> Does it work in permissive mode?
Because of the "kernel: audit: backlog limit exceeded error message". However, I encountered some other bugs and didn;t have time to troubleshoot this exact error. I suspect the cpu (AMD Turion II) had problems handling the encrypted drives. For now this bug can be closed.
Ok. Thank you.