On 2017年12月06日 14:08, Chris Murphy wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 5, 2017 at 12:22 PM, Benjamin Beichler
> <hadrian2...@googlemail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I have a setup as following:  (1,7TB drive + 128GB SSD in Bcache) <==>
>> luks device <==> btrfs FS
>> I have been running Arch linux with newest stable kernel 4.14.
> There is a known bug in 4.14 that affects all bcache backed file
> systems (maybe more, I think it's not a bcache specific bug). You need
> to downgrade or upgrade your kernel. Fix should be in 4.14.2.
> The bug was found quickly enough I'm surprised 4.14.0 would be in Arch
> stable, let alone it *still* being in stable.

Although the latest kernel is 4.14.3, it's only several days age.

It seems that the kernel update cycle of arch get sped up.

Normally kernel should stay in testing repo for a while and when it
moves into core, it's normally already *.2 or more.



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