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answered How do I mount my problematic (btrfs?) disc?
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comment How do I mount my problematic (btrfs?) disc?
@HaukeLaging I did that, and found something about /dev/btrfs-control, which may have been relevant. Anyway, I just tried upgrading to the recently released 4.4 kernel, and now mounting works just fine. So kernel bug perhaps?
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comment How do I mount my problematic (btrfs?) disc?
@HaukeLaging I've added that bit as well, thought it was empty as well. That's the case however even for things that are mounted, but I'm not sure what to make of that. sdc is currently mounted, and sdc/holders was empty as well.
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comment How do I mount my problematic (btrfs?) disc?
@HaukeLaging Neither of those return anything at all. cat /proc/mounts gives pretty much the same output as just mount, and there's no trace of btrfs_test or sdf in there.
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comment How do I mount my problematic (btrfs?) disc?
@TNW No, nothing at all is written to the logs when I run the scan.
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comment Overflow /tmp mounted when there is free space on /
@CMCDragonkai See my answer for an explanation of that.
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