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dd to clone to smaller sdcard

One of my Raspberry Pi's is using a 4GB SDcard for the root/boot filesystem. As seen when mounted on another system: Disk /dev/sdc: 3904 MB, 3904897024 bytes 121 heads, 62 sectors/track, 1016 ...
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Mount filesystems after boot to avoid fsck delay for sshd

I'm trying to optimise the overall downtime and improve availability in case of system failure. I'm specifically concerned about the reboot (e.g. after a kernel panic) taking so long that I don't ...
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What makes fsck so slow on big filesystems?

I have over a dozen of filesystems on my OpenBSD server with 12GB DDR3 and several 1.5TB HDDs. All filesystems themselves are generally between 8GB and 64GB in size. I've noticed that even by ...
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File missing after fsck

Recently, my HDD crashed and I had to run a fsck command. Many files were moved to the lost+found folder and I've retrieved the important ones using find and grep, but I can't find my SQL databases. ...
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Fix EXT4-fs bad geometry (block count exceeds size of device)

I have a micro SD card which has a FAT32 partition and an EXT4 partition. The EXT4 partition will no longer mount. dmesg shows the following error: EXT4-fs (sdb2): bad geometry: block count ...
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Temporary files problem

Recently my server started to behave weird and I have two issues which I believe to be related. In Vi : When I try to save a file I get : E509: Cannot create backup file and I need to save ...
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What's the problem with fsck.ext3?

It seems there is some problem with my HDD in my satellite box. The box records to and plays video from the HDD, but occasionally it hangs (it was stable before). It's Linux version ...
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fsck ext4 on ssd: max mountcount and checkinterval

I'm using an ssd as the only drive in my laptop (Debian stable). It seems that SuSE sets mountcount to -1, disabling fsck at boot. The thread linked says that ext4 needn't be fsck'd anyway. Is that ...
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fsck -cc /dev/sdb1 gives this result. Is everything okay?

root@host [/]# fsck -cc /dev/sdb1 fsck from util-linux-ng 2.17.2 e2fsck 1.41.12 (17-May-2010) Checking for bad blocks (non-destructive read-write test) Testing with random pattern: done /dev/sdb1: ...
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What does “mounting fs with errors” mean in dmesg and what to do after that?

I run dmesg and this is what I see: EXT4-fs (sda1): warning: mounting fs with errors, running e2fsck is recommended EXT4-fs (sda1): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts: Here is the ...
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Why does e2fsck fail during boot, but not later?

When booting my Debian server, I'm presented with the following error concerning my external hard drive: /dev/disk/by-label/elements: The superblock could not be read or does not describe a correct ...
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How does the Unix “fsck” differ from the Windows “chkdsk”?

What are the differences between Unix's fsck and Windows' chkdsk?
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Did `sudo init 6` cause my file system to be corrupted?

I was developing some code and had open qtcreator (software development IDE), gnome-terminal, and possibly firefox. I needed to restart to test something. So i restarted using sudo init 6. When my ...
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How can I fix linux disk without unmount it?

I had large file 200GB in my ext2 disk, then I deleted it(three are no files in Trash). And I haven't gained any free space. I don't want to use fsck as it requres me to unmount disk. I were windows ...
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How to test file system correction done by fsck

How to make sure that fsck is correcting corruptions while keeping the integrity of file system? Suppose clients are writing lots of files through NFS to server, and there happens something that ...
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How to repair an ext3 partition after broken resize operation?

I was using gparted to resize a near-terabyte ext3 partition, adding about 40 GB to the left. After nearly 12 hours of moving data (and with 23 more hours estimated to remain) the system hung. Now ...
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e2fsck: unable to set superblock flags on LogicalVolume

When I boot my machine either in normal mode or runlevel 1 it throws following error and I'm unable to boot the machine: checking filesystems /dev/MyGroup/LogVol00: UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY; RUN ...