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 ...
I've ran fsck -c on the (unmounted) partition in question a while ago. The process was unattended and results were not stored anywhere (except badblock inode). Now I'd like to get badblock ...
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 ...
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 ...