I’ve got an urgent problem to solve. I just wanted to boot my OpenSuse 12.1 but the process stops on KDM loading the discs.
So I switched to a terminal with CRTL+ALT+F1 and checked my Discs. I could navigate everywhere and out of curiosity I tried to delete a file from my home-folder. This didnt work and got me the impression that there is some kind of write-lock.
After a while the system started to throw out exception-messages in a loop. I cant get the output since it happens on all terminal after some seconds so I cannot look into the logfiles.
On 01/19/2012 06:06 PM, Macro81 wrote:
> I need to access my system since I do all my programming on Opensuse.
hmmmm…as far as i know btrfs remains an experimental file system not
yet ready for prime time use…
imo you should not put it on a production system…
i do not know how to fix your btrfs problem but you are very welcome to
hang out here and wait for someone to come along and help…while
waiting you can do some reading on other openSUSE user’s experiences
btrfs “it’s so fragile (IMO FAT is more stable) that it’s not worth
trying yet … not a single tool to recover data” cite: http://tinyurl.com/bp2tfkq
“So even though I was excited about it … I wouldn’t recommend it yet.
I even discourage until fsck is available. OR You can end up with ugly
kernel error screen during system boot” cite: http://tinyurl.com/dxbftdf
When I decided to go for btrfs there were quite some articles that said it is almost ready. Its not a production-machine…I just do my own littel experiments on it but right now there is one important project
Since I have a separate home-partition I will go and reinstall the system-partition with ext4 and continue from there. I guess the error came in with a resent kernel-update since it was working very smooth since 12.1 came out.