error: snap_metadata_val object (oid 0x107ae): invalid extentref_tree_oid (0x0)

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The snap_metadata_val object was created by a snap_metadata object. This error is returned if a snap_metadata object is unable to create a snap_metadata object.

The snap_metadata_val object was created by a snap_metadata object. This error is returned if a snap_metadata object is unable to create a snap_metadata object.

This was a bug in the previous release and I fixed it in 0.9.2.

The snap_metadata_object_id (0x0) has been deleted. This is because the snap_metadata_object_id was not found in the snapshot. If the snap_metadata_object_id was found in the snapshot, then then we may lose the snap_metadata_object_id.

I think we’ve all seen this error before. The SnapshotManager class keeps track of all snap_metadata objects that have been deleted. So for a long time when you delete an object from a snapshot you need to explicitly delete it from all of your snapshots. This error is caused when you try to delete an object that’s not in any snapshot.

The SnapshotManager class automatically tracks a snapshot of a snapshot by id. If you want to know what the object is, go ahead and set the instance in the SnapshotManager class. It’s called a snap_metadata_object_id in the class SnapshotManager.

Some snaps are missing these methods. If you want to know what the snap is, go ahead and set the instance in the SnapshotManager class. If you want to know what the snap is, set the instance in the SnapshotManager class.

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