fsck -n /dev/nandb giving errors . how to solve fsck errors [closed]

Closed. This question needs details or clarity. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Add details and clarify the problem by editing this post. Closed 3 years ago. Improve this question I want to know how to solve this error? help me out!! INPUT “fsck -n /dev/nandb” OUTPUT fsck from util-linux … Read more


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 orphan linked list found /dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00: UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY; RUN fsck MANUALLY How do I fix this issue? Hours of googling didn’t explain anything. Answer Just like the error … Read more

how to know if need to run e2fsck in order to fix corrupted blocks?

We want to check the filesystem on the disks as /deb/sdc … /dev/sdg on each Red Hat Linux machine. The target is to find what are the disks that require e2fsck ( as e2fsck -y /dev/sdb etc.) According to man page -n Open the filesystem read-only, and assume an answer of ‘no’ to all questions. … Read more

redhat 6 version + xfs_repair or fsck.xfs in order to fix corrupted file-system

we have redhat machines version – 6.x all disks that mounted have xfs files system as: UUID=198s5364-a29c-429e-b16d-e772acd /data_SA xfs rw,noatime,inode64,allocsize=16m 1 2 we want to fix the file system on some of the disks, what is the right approach to use xfs_repair fsck.xfs fsck Answer From the fsck man page: fsck.xfs is called by the … Read more

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 (14-Mar-2010) Warning! /dev/sda1 is mounted. Warning: skipping journal recovery because doing a read-only filesystem check. /dev/sda1 contains a file system with errors, check forced. … Read more

Disaster recovery. MDADM/LVM2 Some advance but stuck on final mount

We made a stupid upgrade on a running server using wrong repositories and the system became totally unbootable. The system, a SLES 11 we used a openSuse repository to upgrade, and everything went horribly wrong. It boots now only in (repair filesystem). On boot it fails to mount the RAID1 for the main LVMs. At … Read more

How to access a system with write permission after file system check fails?

I created three new partitions, but after a reboot, the system is being dropped to a shell: /dev/mapper/group-newpartition: clean, 11/655360 files, 276620/2621440 blocks [FAILED] An error occurred during the file system check. Dropping you to a shell; the system will reboot Give root password for maintenance. I tried to fix the disk error with fsck(), … Read more

My production server has bad blocks, now what?

My server has crashed for Nth time in a couple of months, so I decided to do a badblocks test. I have used fsck to detect and mark badblocks, and it has indeed detected some. If I am correct, this means the filesystem will not use those blocks anymore to store data. But, what happens … Read more

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” command. The fs happens to sit on a raid 0 array mad up of 3 partitions. As … Read more