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could fsck -Af -M cause corrupt filesystem?

Last night my server encounter "Read-only file system" error. So then I ran "fsck -Af -M" to trying to repair but no use, these are output: fsck 1.39 (29-May-2006) e2fsck 1.39 (29-May-2006) /: ...
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recover corrupted directory from ext3 partition

It's my mounted directory that i want to restore folder ostani. it's containt many php, css, js and etc files. how can i access. I use dd_rhelper for create an image and try to fsck to repair it. but ...
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Why would an ext3 filsystem be rolled back on a Debian VM running in VirtualBox after loss of power to the host

A Debian Virtual machine runs as a Guest VirtualBox VM. It's filesystem is EXT3. The host system loses power and after booting up the host system and guest VM, I find that the VM's filesystem has been ...
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How can I track down the cause of ext3 filesystem corruption?

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 ...