fsck - check and optionally repair a file system.

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Recover ext3 files from hard disk with bad sector [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Recover formatted ext3 partition I have a folder of about 5GB that suddenly disappeared. When I checked its hard disk, I found out it has bad sector for about 2-3MB on ...
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How can I diagnose and repair missing drive space?

I have a small ext3 / partition on a 2T drive which appears to have a discrepancy in its free space. How can I determine what is causing it and how it can be fixed. After trying everything I could ...
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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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Short read while trying to open partition

On my personal home computer running Kubuntu Linux 13.04 I'm having trouble mounting a partition that is very dear to me. My backup policy is to perform a backup about monthly, so I do have a backup ...
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Confusion with how to restore corrupt ext3 files if power outage occurs during a file write

I am running a small embedded system. Because the system will never be gracefully shutdown and will just have the power cable unplugged, I am running an initramfs but mounting an ext3 partition on a ...
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How do I check the progress of Badblocks if it's running in the background?

I'm running a drive check on my unmounted USB3 drive with: sudo fsck.ext4 -cDfty -C 0 /dev/sda1 & However, I sent it to the background and would like to check its progress. It's been running on ...
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Safe to disable boot fsck on read-only ext3 file system?

I have a large, frequently read, ext3 file system mounted read-only on a system that is generally always hard power cycled about 2-3 times per day. Because the device is usually powered off by ...
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Where is fsck startet for the root filesystem at boot?

I want to extend an existing Debian 6.0 system so that it is able to automatically fix a corrupt root file system by restoring a separate image. That process should start automatically instead of the ...
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How to automatically force fsck disks after crash in `systemd`?

Sorry for bad english. How to set systemd for automatically force fsck disks after crash (hard poweroff)? When I used sysvinit (in Arch Linux) as /sbin/init I used the hack: in the rc.local I create ...
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Force fsck check after reboot with single command

I'm looking for systemd's equivalent to the shutdown -F command. I know that I can force fsck by adding fsck.mode=force to kernel options or tweak mount count for disks. I have tried touch /forcefsck ...