On 2017-08-11 05:57, Piotr Pawłow wrote:
So, just my thoughts on this in particular. Either you are staying
absolutely up to date (which I would still recommend if possible, there
are new fixes going in regularly still, and we've been seing some
performance improvements recently too), or you're not. If you're not,
you should either:
1. Stick to upstream (kernel.org) LTS releases (and still ideally stay
up to date within that release) and get reasonably reliable help from
2. Stick to your distribution's kernels, and get help from your
distribution's usual support channels.
So 4.10 isn't /too/ far out of range yet, but I'd strongly consider
upgrading (or downgrading to 4.9 LTS) as soon as it's reasonably
convenient, before 4.13 in any case. Unless you prefer to go the
distro support route, of course.
I used to stick to latest kernels back when btrfs wasn't as stable and
there were frequently important bug fixes. Nowadays I had no problems
since such a long time, that I forgot to change the kernel after
upgrading the distro. Besides, I thought RAID-1 was stable years ago
(except the degraded mount issue).
As far as raid1 mode, it generally is reasonably stable, but there are
still edge cases we with bugs that haven't been found (as you found out
Anyway, after I took care of bad blocks by remapping them, scrub fixed
all corruptions without any problems. Fsck comes out clean and
everything seems fine.
Glad to hear everything is working now!
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