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Strange behavior of fsck

I am using Debian 7 with two HDDs: 500Gb PATA and 750Gb SATA. blkid shows me the following: root@intel:/etc# blkid /dev/sda1: UUID="b6350c6b-5fbd-4e07-9a4b-10b600fbb64c" TYPE="swap" /dev/sda2: ...
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can i say “NO” to “Clone multiply-claimed blocks” in fsck?

I need to know if i can still mount the volume when i tell fsck "no" in that question. i dont need to repair all the files in the volume, i just need recover one single file for this event. the ...
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What is using the memory when e2fsck is running? [duplicate]

I am having trouble running e2fsck due to memory limitations, as detailed in this question. In the course of investigating that, I came upon something that may be of more general interest, so I will ...
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How can I locally analyze SMART logs from a server?

I have Ubuntu 10.04 server running on a desktop at home. I rebooted, and the machine was unreachable after 10 minutes or so. At this point I should have connected a console (monitor using VGA cable). ...
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run fsck on mounted partition

Is there any possibility to run fsck if I have one ext3 partition /dev/sda1 only? File system is in the read-only mode, reboot did not help - automatic fsck failed and manual one is required. I have ...
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Fstab mounting fails at boot, but succeeds when invoked manually

Background On our development/backup server at my company we have 4 drives which are setup using software Raid 1, like this: Raid 1 (system disk): 2 x 320 GB Raid 1 (store/backup disk): 2 x 2 TB ...
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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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What are the files list-l and list-c in Ubuntu after fsck on boot

I did fsck on ext4 on reboot on Ubuntu 9.10 by: cd /forcefsck && reboot. This went fine, but two new files appeared afterwards in /: list-l and list-c. Both are empty. What is the ...
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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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How to repair ext3 boot partition?

I have a small VIA Ubuntu server used as firewall and a second one with Ubuntu desktop for hosting different services (web, mail, ...). For an unknown reason some errors occurred in the sda1 ...
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Can fsck on ufs cause data loss?

I'm on FreeBSD8. I have a problem with a partition. I can't mount it. It says "Operation not permitted." I run fsck -t ufs /dev/da0p1. After it finish the operation, I can mount it successfully. But ...
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1TB hard disk not working in linux

I installed a new 1TB internal hard disk in my linux machine after creating ext3 file system. But while booting it asks for the root password then it say's file system ext3.fsck not found. If i ...
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Inode too big. Linux Filesystem

Today after unzipping a very large archive one of our Red Hat servers became unresponsive. After rebooting we received the following file system error. Inode 93464 is too big Unexpected ...
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Force filesystem check on Ubuntu Server 12.04.4 LTS

My root filesystem has errors. I have made sure that errors will be automatically corrected: root@host1 ~ ยป grep FSCKFIX /etc/default/rcS FSCKFIX=yes And then forced a filesystem check during ...
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Unable to resolve data corruption warning with fcsk

In order to create a contiguous space for my file system to grow, I created a new EFI System partition at sda1 so that I can migrate it from the current partition at sda5. The move itself has been ...
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pb with fsck at boot and no-existent partition (raid1 soft, 1 disk absent)

My goal is to install debian with raid1 on 2 disks. During the install of debian, it's not possible to put a boot flag on a raid partition, so /boot is not in raid1. but I try a similar thing. (/ and ...
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force fsck to fail on boot

I am working on a embedded debian linux device. Owing to the power being pulled at any time resulting in a sudden power loss, we have set FSCKFIX from "no" to "yes" in the /etc/default/rcS file. ...
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fsck.ext3: Unable to resolve UUID but gparted shows the correct UUID

I'm running CentOS6 on a PowerSpecG211 with a RAID level 1 array (2x2TB) and a couple of SSD's Yesterday afternoon the partition for /var ran out of space while I was doing some stuff in mysql and ...
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What exactly mean “potentially inconsistent EBS volumes” and “impaired EBS volumes”?

At Amazon doc one can read an explanation about EBS status check in abstract. I said in abstract cos they don't details what kind of tests they executed, they just mentions the fact they execute ...
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FreeNAS ufs root fs bad, recover freenas-v1.db

I'm booting my FreeNAS from an USB stick. But it became bad and won't boot up. bad dir ino {X} at offset {X}: mangled entry I now attached the USB drive to a VM with FreeNAS to mount / or repair ...
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Where do ext3 inode / meta-data reside?

Just a quick question about ext3: Are inodes stored in the same area as file data, or are there separate regions on the disk reserved exclusively for meta-data and others reserved exclusively for ...
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How to force fsck on root filesystem on Voyage Linux

I have a Voyage Linux (a Debian derived system) computer (which is headless, ie no display). The root filesystem is marked as corrupted and there are actually some errors. I would like to fix these ...
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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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Ubuntu 8.04 unresponsive after restart

I have a Godaddy Dedicated server running Ubuntu 8.04. When I restart the server it will randomly not come back online. I cannot access it through SSH or the web. Godaddy support has to reboot the ...
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Ubuntu Server live cd rescue mode can't run fsck

I have an ubuntu server virtual machine that crashed and I was forced to reset the virtual machine. When I booted, it did an automatic fsck, but I want to make sure that the filesystem is ok. I have ...
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EXT3-FS: error (loop0) ext3_lookup unlinking inode

Running CentOS 5.6 with mdadm RAID1, 2TB, 3 partitions (boot, swap and root). I had a kernel panic in the server, and after rebooting, the system stays up for about 5-10 minutes, the it starts ...
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Check progress on already running fsck process [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do you get e2fsck to show progress information? Is there a way to check the progress of fsck.ext3 under Ubuntu, if I'm logged in remotely? Obviously the time taken ...
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Frequent dirty file systems

Good morning, I'm seeing an issue on a few servers that they are going 'dirty' a lot, around once a month. For example: This was on 11/8: # tune2fs -l /dev/sda7 | grep state Filesystem state: ...
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Invalid argument on fsck of a 2GB VFAT filesystem

I wanted to run fsck to repair a VFAT filesystem on a 2GB SD card, on Fedora 12. I got an 'invalid argument' error as seen below. What does it mean in this context? Is it not possible to check a ...
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linux maintenance mode : How can I change a file?

In the start-up of Ubuntu 9.04 the fsck fails on sda1 with status 8 signal 11. I believe the problem was caused by the last change made. Ubuntu was running ok, the PC didn't power off on shut-down ...
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How to corrupt an ext3 partition so that it will undergo fsck to fix automatically at boot? [closed]

I'm looking for a way to corrupt an ext3 partition safely, so that it can be recovered by fsck on next boot, for testing purposes. Thanks!
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What happens if fsck.ext4 -y is run on a ext3 fs and how to I recover from it

I had a mountable fs (pretty sure it was ext3), fsck.ext4 was run with -y and ended in a segmentation fault. Now it is unmountable (dmesg says it's corrupt) and identifies as a ext4 fs via the "blkid" ...
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fsck an active disk provides different results than fsck on an unmounted disk

I have a VM running ubuntu LTS with an ext4 filesystem. We had performance problems that were related to IO tasks. I checked the filesystem with fsck.ext4 -nv /dev/sda1 e2fsck 1.41.11 ...
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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 ...