"Linux bad superblock on /dev/mapper/VolGroup-lv_root"

Post #303005939 by blackjuan on Wednesday 25th of October 2017 03:35:15 AM

Hi mod ty for answer i check it parted -l just like this :

---------- Post updated at 10:35 AM ---------- Previous update was at 10:29 AM ----------

Originally Posted by MadeInGermany
Instead of fdisk -l can you use
parted -l

parted -l

Model : ATA WDC WD10EURX-73F
Disk /dev/sda: 1000GB
Sector size logical/physical : 512/4096
Partition table : msdos

Disk Flags:

Number      Start       End         Size        Type        File system      Flags
1              1049KB    524MB     524MB      primary    ext4               boot  
2              525MB     1000GB    1000GB    primary                         lvm

Partition Table : loop
Number      Start     End         Size        File system     Flags
1              0.00B     2147MB   2147MB   ext4

Last edited by blackjuan; 10-25-2017 at 04:34 AM..

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THIN_REPAIR(8)						      System Manager's Manual						    THIN_REPAIR(8)

thin_repair - repair thin provisioning binary metadata from device/file to device/file SYNOPSIS
thin_repair [options] -i {device|file} -o {device|file} DESCRIPTION
thin_repair reads binary thin provisioning metadata created by the respective device-mapper target from one device or file , repairs it and writes it to another device or file. If written to a metadata device , the metadata can be processed by the device-mapper target. -i, --input {device|file} Input file or device with binary metadata. -o, --output {device|file} Output file or device for repaired binary metadata. -h, --help Print help and exit. -V, --version Output version information and exit. EXAMPLE
Reads the binary thin provisioning metadata from file metadata , repairs it and writes it to logical volume /dev/vg/metadata for further processing by the respective device-mapper target: thin_repair -i metadata -o /dev/vg/metadata DIAGNOSTICS
thin_repair returns an exit code of 0 for success or 1 for error. SEE ALSO
thin_dump(8) thin_check(8) thin_restore(8) thin_rmap(8) thin_metadata_size(8) AUTHOR
Joe Thornber <ejt@redhat.com> Heinz Mauelshagen <HeinzM@RedHat.com> Red Hat, Inc. Thin Provisioning Tools THIN_REPAIR(8)

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