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If your init scripts support it, you can add -c -c to /fsckoptions (then create /forcefsck and reboot). Unfortunately, this feature isn't available everywhere. You probably have to reboot to a LiveCD/LiveUSB instead. Perform Bad Blocks Scan on Root Partition in Linux


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1: it doesn't have to do anything with primary/extended/logical partitions. 2: I think you wanted to say "logical" partition instead of "extended". 3: mkfs thinks your partition size if 0 bytes. It was very surely, because the kernel wasn't able to update the partition table after a repartitioning. After you edited the partition table, didn't you get some ...


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You can't do fdisk because you're already at twice MBR's maximum with a 4TB device at 512b sectors. You need to format it with GPT. From wikipedia: The organization of the partition table in the MBR limits the maximum addressable storage space of a disk to 2 TB (232 × 512 bytes). Get the gdisk package and reformat the disk (though it seems to me it ...



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