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Same problem after truncating a SD card image where the SD had a few blocks less than the original. Repartitioned the drive with fdisk (see above), but message "Size in superblock is different from the physical size of the partition" remained. Found the solution here: ...


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The method you are using by creating a /forcefsck file in the root directory of each filesystem you want to force a check on, only works in a pure SysVinit environment, or an older Upstart init environment. It doesn't work on a system using systemd init. I also am assuming you are on an ext4 filesystem. The way to run a one time filesystem check at boot ...


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This is not normal... it suggests catastrophic failure. 512 MB is tiny so maybe the hardware is dying of old age now? FAT is pretty crude, I suggest you cut your losses and interrupt the fsck. It's not re-balancing b-trees or something intricate like that. Ctrl+c / kill -SIGINT is the gentlest approach, so it probably won't work. You can escalate to ...



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