Hi, one of our (E3 Samsung 850 pro Lsi Raid 10) ESXi host servers has: 1 x Cpanel Cloudlinux VM Centos 6 Ext4 LVM 1 x Cpanel VM Centos 7 Xfs Twice this week we had an issue with Raid dropping two drives (the wrong two!) so the VM's crashed. I changed the drives from UBAD to UGOOD etc to get them back online until replacement. The VM with ext4 file format ran fsck and then came back up ok The VM with xfs format corrupted and after hours of stress, there was no way xfs_repair would repair the corruption, so we restored from backups. Has anyone else experienced this? I'm considering rebuilding the Centos 7 VM's and future VM's as ext4 because until now I didn't realise fsck did not work with xfs. It seems ext4 is more tolerant to Raid and crash recovery.