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comment why does sudo su; su tomcat doesn't switch to tomcat user?
@MadHatter: Yes, of course ;) - I changed my answer
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accepted How to clean up an unprocessed orphan inode list?
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comment How to clean up an unprocessed orphan inode list?
Meanwhile I scheduled a maintenance window and rebooted the machine. That solved the problem (I didn't expect anything else...). I will accept your answer. Probably you are right that there was some filesystem corruption - although I cannot prove that.
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comment How to clean up an unprocessed orphan inode list?
@Mlfe: The filesystem was formerly remountend ro by purpose. It's a filesystem on an LVM holding a daily backup snapshot that will be set to rw during backup operation and ro after finishing the backup.
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comment Network card suddently doesn't answer anymore, but answers after pinging
Do all your computers in your network have unique IP numbers?
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comment Problem using BASH in cron (FreeBSD)
What's the exact error message? Is your date executable located in a path that's covered by crons $PATH setting?
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comment How to clean up an unprocessed orphan inode list?
Unfortunately umount -f didn't succeed, too. The error message is the same as with a plain umount.
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answered escaping double quotes and percent signs (%) in cron