Article ID: 124145, created on Jan 6, 2015, last review on Jan 6, 2015

  • Applies to:
  • Virtuozzo 6.0

Question

The following messages appear in /var/log/messages:

Jan 14 14:51:34 host kernel: [1943131.632149] EXT4-fs (ploop24198p1): write access unavailable, skipping orphan cleanup
Jan 14 14:51:34 host kernel: [1943131.632302] EXT4-fs (ploop24198p1): recovery complete
Jan 14 14:51:34 host kernel: [1943131.632385] EXT4-fs (ploop24198p1): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts:
Jan 14 14:51:34 host kernel: [1943131.633021] EXT4-fs (ploop24198p1): loaded balloon from 12 (0 blocks)

Do they mean any problems with containers?

Answer

These messages are informative and appear on container mount attempts. In case there are any inconsistencies found with the ext4 file system inside the ploop device, an automatic recovery procedure is done, and the first two messages appear:

EXT4-fs (ploop24198p1): write access unavailable, skipping orphan cleanup
EXT4-fs (ploop24198p1): recovery complete

The other two messages indicate a successful file system mount attempt:

EXT4-fs (ploop24198p1): recovery complete
EXT4-fs (ploop24198p1): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts:

These messages are informative and can be safely ignored.

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