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comment The merits of a partitionless filesystem
... and another one at unix.stackexchange.com/questions/206141/…
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comment Running a ruby cron job
There error is a little odd, was there a / in front (/bin/sh:…)? Anyway, are you sure that is the right path to Ruby? ls -l /usr/local/bin/ruby shows it? What about command -v ruby?
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comment Running a ruby cron job
@AhmetTanakol please edit your question to include the new crontab (with the full path to ruby) and the exact error message produced.
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comment Running a ruby cron job
@AhmetTanakol Different $PATH. You can fix by using the full path to ruby or putting a PATH= line at the top of the crontab.
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answered Running a ruby cron job
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answered Partition table-less HDD
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comment Redhat 5.11 Just showing 1.5TB Storage
It sounds like you got an actual capacity of 6TB ≈ 5.5TiB, and something is failing to handle >4TiB by passing only the lower 32 bits, leading to a size of ≈1.5TiB.
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comment Redhat 5.11 Just showing 1.5TB Storage
That doesn't seem right. The MBR partition table limit is 2³² sectors, given 512 bytes (logical) sectors, that's 2TiB. You lose maybe 2MiB of usable space to partitioning—nowhere near 500GiB. There isn't a powers-of-ten vs. powers-of-two thing here, and even if there were that'd be 1.8TiB.
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comment Get all files open for writing with pid, recursively
Might also want to look at "OUTPUT FOR OTHER PROGRAMS" in the lsof manpage.
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comment Cannot mount second 1TB harddrive in Linux, works fine in Windows 8.1
@Pacerier Windows 8 apparently has something like Linux's LVM called "storage spaces". In Linux terms, that NTFS filesystem sits on a LV inside, and /dev/sda2 is one of the PVs that make up the VG. At least when I looked back in August '14, I couldn't find tools that understand Storage Spaces, allowing Linux to use the LVs inside.
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comment Unknown filesystem type 'LVM2_member'
Sounds like you need a vgchange -ay
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answered Wheezy to Jessie update broke root software RAID, can it be fixed?
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comment Wheezy to Jessie update broke root software RAID, can it be fixed?
@MaurolepisDreki OK, I'll convert my comments to an answer. Please report the image upload error as a bug (along with browser/OS/etc. details, steps to reproduce, etc.) on Unix & Linux Meta.
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comment Unknown filesystem type 'LVM2_member'
@Zaher how were these drives configured? Were they mirrored? If not, are there multiple logical volumes, such that you might fully have some (as opposed to half of a large LV)? Do you have /etc/lvm/backup/* from before it failed? What does pvck /dev/sdc1 say? (Also: keep that failed disk! You will want it if you decide the data is worth enough to pay for data recovery services.)
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comment Unknown filesystem type 'LVM2_member'
You've got potentially half a filesystem; that's not mountable. You need the other drive as well, and you need to start LVM and then mount the LV. Please explain how you got to this situation and what you're trying to do.
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comment Change Partion Drive Space
Looks like you're using LVM. Could you please include the output of pvs and lvs?
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answered Remount squashfs root filessytem read-write