On Thu, Apr 15, 2021 at 11:06:32AM -0600, Chris Murphy wrote: > First computer/file system: > > (from the photo): > > [ 136.259984] BTRFS critical (device nvme0n1p8): corrupt leaf: root=257 > block=31259951104 slot=9 ino=3244515, name hash mismatch with key, have > 0x00000000F22F547D expect 0x0000000092294C62 > > This is not obviously a bit flip. I'm not sure what's going on here.
Not a bitflip in the hash itself, but it's produced by hashing a file name, and if that had a bitflip then the hashes would differ. We've seen a that already, there could be traces of the bogus filename in logs. > Second computer/file system: > > [30177.298027] BTRFS critical (device nvme0n1p8): corrupt leaf: root=791 > block=57084067840 slot=64 ino=1537855, name hash mismatch with key, have > 0x00000000a461adfd expect 0x00000000a461adf5 Yes that's a bitflip in the hash, bin(0x00000000a461adfd^0x00000000a461adf5) = 0b1000