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CentOS thinks Disk is busy, can't mount or fsck

I'm a longtime user, and first time question submitter. I've spent a full day searching this and many other sites for a solution, but I must resort to requesting assistance to resolve my situation. ...
1
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1answer
262 views

e2fsck on a low-memory machine: can I get more out of scratch_files or swap?

I am running CentOS 6 on a 32-bit machine with 1 GB of RAM. I have a 1TB external HDD that I am trying to run e2fsck on. It runs for about an hour and a half and then fails with Error storing ...
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2answers
417 views

Centos 6.3 - Error during filesystem check (/opt)

When I rebooted my server I got the following error: What can I do to get the server back up? I tried running lvremove /dev/vg1/snaps but get the message: File based locking initialization failed I ...
0
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1answer
182 views

ran fsck on a mounted partition, now centos 5 won't boot

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 ...
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1answer
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CentOS 5/Linux UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY; RUN fsck MANUALLY

Getting an error in a VM Boot that says Checking filesystems /dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00 contains a file system with errors, check forced /dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00: Inodes that were part of a corrupted ...
2
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2answers
202 views

sshd immediately core dumps after fsck repair

I have a centos server that recently needed a fsck repair on it's main hard drive. After fixing a bunch of inode issues (booting from a system rescue disk), the box booted clean. Most of the ...
4
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3answers
3k views

CentOS disable filesystem check: superblock last mount time is in the future

I'm persistently getting the "Superblock last mount time is in the future" error when booting CentOS 6. I've seen other questions which ask how to resolve this error, but I know exactly why it's ...
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1answer
352 views

Can I run fsck on a partition which is unmounted but on a live machine?

I have a server which has 4 drives which are each mounted to different areas. I have 2 drives which are giving me trouble and would like to run fsck on them. Can I unmount those drives, run fsck on ...
0
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1answer
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Problem fixing ext3 root file system using fsck on CentOS 5

When I run a read-only fsck on the mounted root partition of a CentOS 5 server, it finds a number of errors. However, running a forced check upon next boot does not find any! Here are the results of ...
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2answers
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CentOS - skip “Checking root filesystem”

I have a CentOS box that hangs for like 8 hours at "Checking root filesystem" every time it reboots. Is there some way to skip that check?
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2answers
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CentOS server boots but won't allow login (ext3_abort_called, remounts read-only)

I've got a CentOS 5.5 server (HP ProLiant with two-disk RAID array) that was working fine until a power failure last week. (Long story, but UPS was not properly configured at that time.) After the ...
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2answers
141 views

/var a file and not a folder

On a CentOS 5.3 server the /var folder has changed to a file. Appears to be FS corruption. Rest of the FS looks OK. Anyone know a quick way to fix this? fsck.ext3 reports the fs as clean even using a ...