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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0018415||CentOS-7||btrfs-progs||public||2022-03-17 13:05||2022-03-17 13:14|
|Summary||0018415: lsblk fails to detect btrfs volumes on certain GCP instances|
|Description||lsblk fails to detect btrfs properly on n1-highmem-8 and n2-highmem-8 instances.|
Works on n1-highmem-4 and n2-highmem-4.
|Steps To Reproduce||Deploy a GCP instance with a n2-highmem-8 or n1-highmem-8 instance and attach an additional disk.|
Format the disk with btrfs (using mkfs.btrfs)
Try to obtain information using lsblk from this disk, which was successfully formatted with btrfs.
The output is empty, no error is shown.
|Additional Information||blkid output is working as expected.|
The same works properly when using the same instance type with only 4 instead of 8 cores, indicating that this is something low-level
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