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BTRFS error: cannot find qgroup item


NeoID
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I've searched around the web, but can't seem to find any information on this.

Anyone seen these errors in "/var/log/messages" before and know what they mean?

2019-12-11T11:15:53+01:00 x kernel: [13651.708876] BTRFS error (device md2): cannot find qgroup item, qgroupid=15084 !
2019-12-11T11:15:53+01:00 x kernel: [13651.708876]
2019-12-11T11:15:53+01:00 x kernel: [13651.944144] BTRFS error (device md2): cannot find qgroup item, qgroupid=14903 !
2019-12-11T11:15:53+01:00 x kernel: [13651.944144]
2019-12-11T11:15:54+01:00 x kernel: [13652.795072] BTRFS error (device md2): cannot find qgroup item, qgroupid=14897 !
2019-12-11T11:15:54+01:00 x kernel: [13652.795072]
2019-12-11T11:15:54+01:00 x kernel: [13652.796348] BTRFS error (device md2): cannot find qgroup item, qgroupid=14894 !

 

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7 hours ago, jensmander said:

QGROUPS are part of the btrfs file system. Did you enable snapshots or quotas on your volume? 

Not that I know of. I have not used snapshots or quotas before.
Enable shared folder quota is off for every shared folder i have... User quota in the profiles are all set to "No Limit"

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My server is suffering from intermittent inaccessibility (no network connectivity) until reboot and these are the only messages in my logs that are suspicious to me. Wondering if I can rule these logs out as normal BTRFS logging. They seem to be the last messages I see before my system becomes unresponsive.

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On 3/12/2020 at 5:09 PM, mrandyburns said:

Hi All .. I'm having the same issue and have an reasonably un-stable system just slowing down with services stopping. @NeoID, did you manage to find what the issue was?

It is the same for my My synology nas is also giving me the same issues. I had setup limits on two folders. I also found out docker is using quotas and there is a bug inside the docker code which is causing this.

 

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