Re: Mounting an External XFS Drive
You should attempt to repair it.
Install xfs utilities
Then run a filesystem repair
sudo apt-get install xfsprogs
See man xfs_repair for more options
sudo xfs_repair -v /dev/sdb1
Something to take into consideration:
aborts on most disk I/O errors. Therefore, if you are trying to repair a filesystem that was damaged due to a disk drive failure, steps should be taken to ensure that all blocks in the filesystem are readable and writeable before attempting to use xfs_repair to repair the filesystem. A possible method is using dd
(8) to copy the data onto a good disk.
husband@wife$ make sandwich
husband@wife$ sudo make sandwich