fsck - check and optionally repair a file system.

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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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How to setup boot scripts to save orphan inodes after improper shutdown?

after abnormal shutdown in dmesg I have [ 16.107445] EXT4-fs (dm-1): INFO: recovery required on readonly filesystem [ 16.107450] EXT4-fs (dm-1): write access will be enabled during recovery [ ...
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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 ...
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Safest way to run ext4 fsck on external drive

I have an external drive formatted in ext4 that throws this error message when is plugged in EXT4-fs (sdd2): error count: 8 initial error at 1366215273 last error at 1366215527,it generally works just ...
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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 can I reset an unknown root password if a file system check interrupts the startup sequence?

This morning I was helping a fellow admin with a crash that occurred on a CentOS 5.8 VM. Earlier in the day, the underlying SAN hosting various VMs experienced an issue and ultimately caused some ...
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Problems with USB goflex 2 TB

I am using CentOS 5.5 and have been using cpio to write backups to a 2 TB GoFlex USB drive. This drive worked great for over a year, but am now running into a problem and not sure what to do. When ...
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Bad superblock after server crash

My server (CentOS 6) crashed, and it now kernel panics on boot. It's currently using a mdadm RAID1 array with two 1TB drives. vg_server2422-LogVol01 is / vg_server2422-LogVol00 is Swap ...
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ETX4-fs error on startup

Hi everybody, today I run dmesg and at the bottom I found some error lines about the device mmcblk0p2. Everything works fine even with those errors but I'd like to understand the problem. I've ...
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fsck single disk from Raid 0 lvm

My NAS (Seagate Blackarmor) is refusing to connect to the network after a fsck. I assume the root filesystem (stored on flash) might have been corrupted somehow after running fsck. The setup was a ...
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Arch Linux boot failure: Fsck check on LVM /var mount fails

I recently installed Arch Linux on an older laptop that I am using as a personal workstation and machine to better learn how to administer Linux. I have a persistent boot failure that has started ...
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Error file system check

I enabled the package e2fsprogs and always when the system starts it return the following error (when partition mounting): Jan 01 00:00:03 xxxx systemd[1]: Found device /dev/mmcblk0p3. Jan 01 ...
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bad inodes reappear after fsck() for vps guests

I have several vps guests that were created by virt-resize. I do daily backups on the guests by creating a snapshot and rsync file contents. But some of them don't have a clean disk image. As soon as ...
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Boot time discrepancy using systemd on Debian 7.4

I recently installed systemd on my Debian 7.4 system. The time from pressing the power button to usable desktop is around 42-44 seconds. The BIOS takes 6-7 seconds to load and transfer control to ...
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Superblock for /dev/sdb1 is wrong size: won't boot

I installed Red Hat as a VM and while it shows files for /dev/sda1 there are no files for /dev/sdb1. When booting I enter a recovery login and a statement that "the /dev/sdb1 Superblock can not be ...
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Resolving unmet installation dependencies; file system problems

Somehow part of my ext3 file system got corrupted and large portions of my python installation got all sorts of messed up. The only thing I could notice immediately was Python raising a missing module ...
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Live shrinking of root partition has failed on Linux Mint

Steps taken: *Used fdisk to delete the existing root partition and created a new root partition (PV) starting on the same block *Added the 'a' flag using fdisk to make it bootable as /boot is under ...
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impossible to make fsck

I'm trying to make a fsck to a pendrive and it says me: e2fsck 1.42.8 (20-Jun-2013) Pass 1: Checking inodes, blocks, and sizes Error reading block 40402759450689 (Invalid argument). Ignore error? ...
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ext4 data recovery from gparted error

During resizing and moving 2.7TB partition in Gparted, I encountered an error that froze the whole program. (I dont have a screenshot or output from it, as fas as I remember, it was something about ...
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RHEL server Booting problem: "fsck.ext3: unable to resolve 'LABEL=/u01'

We had an old Linux server in the workplace for last few years, so I decided to turn it on and it's showing this problem during boot up: No devices found Setting up Logical Volume Management. ...
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e2fsck -y /dev/sda changed my 6TB disk into 1.8TB

After problems with mount I run e2fsck -y -b BLOCK /dev/sda and it was running for 3 days on 6TB raid 0, when it completed this was the output: /dev/sda: ***** FILE SYSTEM WAS MODIFIED ***** ...
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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 ...