SYNC_INODES_SB(9) The Linux VFS SYNC_INODES_SB(9)NAME
sync_inodes_sb - sync sb inode pages
void sync_inodes_sb(struct super_block * sb, unsigned long older_than_this);
This function writes and waits on any dirty inode belonging to this superblock that has been dirtied before given timestamp.
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DUMPE2FS(8) System Manager's Manual DUMPE2FS(8)NAME
dumpe2fs - dump ext2/ext3/ext4 filesystem information
dumpe2fs [ -bfghixV ] [ -o superblock=superblock ] [ -o blocksize=blocksize ] device
dumpe2fs prints the super block and blocks group information for the filesystem present on device.
Note: When used with a mounted filesystem, the printed information may be old or inconsistent.
OPTIONS -b print the blocks which are reserved as bad in the filesystem.
use the block superblock when examining the filesystem. This option is not usually needed except by a filesystem wizard who is
examining the remains of a very badly corrupted filesystem.
use blocks of blocksize bytes when examining the filesystem. This option is not usually needed except by a filesystem wizard who is
examining the remains of a very badly corrupted filesystem.
-f force dumpe2fs to display a filesystem even though it may have some filesystem feature flags which dumpe2fs may not understand (and
which can cause some of dumpe2fs's display to be suspect).
-g display the group descriptor information in a machine readable colon-separated value format. The fields displayed are the group
number; the number of the first block in the group; the superblock location (or -1 if not present); the range of blocks used by the
group descriptors (or -1 if not present); the block bitmap location; the inode bitmap location; and the range of blocks used by the
-h only display the superblock information and not any of the block group descriptor detail information.
-i display the filesystem data from an image file created by e2image, using device as the pathname to the image file.
-x print the detailed group information block numbers in hexadecimal format
-V print the version number of dumpe2fs and exit.
You need to know the physical filesystem structure to understand the output.
dumpe2fs was written by Remy Card <Remy.Card@linux.org>. It is currently being maintained by Theodore Ts'o <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
dumpe2fs is part of the e2fsprogs package and is available from http://e2fsprogs.sourceforge.net.
SEE ALSO e2fsck(8), mke2fs(8), tune2fs(8). ext4(5)E2fsprogs version 1.44.1 March 2018 DUMPE2FS(8)
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