Yes, I very stupidly ran fsck on a mounted parition. Immediate regret. What's happening now is I see grub, it starts booting centos 5, then it says: bin/sh: ro: no such file or directory kernel ...
We have a VMware vSphere 5 environment running CentOS 5.8 virtual machines. In the past two weeks we have had five incidents of virtual machines having a filesytem become corrupt, requiring an fsck to ...
(Update: Today, tar works without segfault without known changes on the system. The "rm" command is now segfaulting though. Argh! Maybe this is being caused by ESXi? Or, maybe the hardware.) I ...