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ACFS-07212: running fsck in acfs filesystem larger than 16Tb (Doc ID 2085221.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 30, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 11.2.0.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Performing a restore via RMAN stored on NFS to ACFS on 12.1.0.2 on Linux platform.
After running for few hours, ACFS mount points hang and become inaccessible. Running fsck on affected mounts produces logs with many entries similar to the following for different offsets.

fsck.acfs: ACFS-07212: temporary Global_BitMap bit set for disk offset:
7571600138240 (0x6e2e6896000) exceeds maximum offset: 21421149388800
(0x137b80000000)

fsck.acfs: ACFS-07212: temporary Global_BitMap bit set for disk offset:
7571600142336 (0x6e2e6897000) exceeds maximum offset: 21421149388800
(0x137b80000000)

fsck.acfs: ACFS-07212: temporary Global_BitMap bit set for disk offset:
7571600146432 (0x6e2e6898000) exceeds maximum offset: 21421149388800
(0x137b80000000)

 

 

Cause

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