Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 989583
[abrt] btrfs-progs-0.20.rc1.20130308git704a08c-1.fc19: extent_io_tree_cleanup: Process /usr/sbin/btrfsck was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
Last modified: 2013-11-26 10:26:32 EST
Description of problem:
Using fedora 19 live.
Try fsck btrfs.
Version-Release number of selected component:
cmdline: /usr/sbin/btrfsck /dev/sdb3
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (3 frames)
#2 extent_io_tree_cleanup at extent_io.c:77
#3 close_ctree at disk-io.c:1328
#4 cmd_check at cmds-check.c:3660
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I ran btrfsck --repair /dev/sda3 on an external hard drive. This drive is a copy of an internal drive which failed somehow because of btrfs. It had something to do with "BTRFS error (device sdb3) in open_ctree:2787: errno=-22 unknown (Failed to recover log tree)". That was the error when attempting to mount the partition. I'm assuming that the error in the drive is causing the error in btrfsck.
cmdline: btrfsck --repair /dev/sdb3
reason: Process /usr/sbin/btrfsck was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
runlevel: N 5
A new git snapshot of btrfs-progs has been pushed to F19 testing. If possible, please re-test these bugs & feel free to close or comment as appropriate.
This is a mass update of F19 and F20 btrfs-progs bugs.
A btrfs-progs git snapshot has been built in Rawhide and submitted for F19 and F20 testing.
If your bug was reproducible, please re-test with the new build, and update this bug to let us know if it's been resolved. If so I can add it to the Bodhi errata.
It's probably clear by now that nobody is going to look at these old abrt bugs on ancient btrfs-progs snapshots. So let's just be honest about it and close them.
Much newer code is being pushed out to F19 and F20 and rawhide; hopefully new abrt issues can be given more attention in the future.