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# 8  
Old 07-23-2009
You have to tell fsck which partition to check, it doesn't know. See 'man fsck'. And you cannot fsck a mounted partition anyway, you'd have to do so from a recovery disk or somesuch.
# 9  
Old 07-23-2009
you must boot into single user mode,

then run fdisk -l, this will give you a list of your disks, then fsck the disk... they could be like /dev/sda or /dev/hda.

the reason you dont see anything is because it appears the fs is readonly can you confirm?
# 10  
Old 07-23-2009
If that would be the case then I would not be able to write to any file or create new files on the fs, but I can easily do that.

But still fsck in single user mode returns same result (fsck version) as mentioned in my previous msg.
# 11  
Old 07-23-2009
LILO Smilie I thought RHEL4 used GRUB?
Anyhow, your /etc/fstab has all the file systems that are mounted at boot time. When you boot in to single user mode:
Code:
root@linux # fsck /dev/sda1

Note: /dev/sda1 is an example. Your boot disk might be different.
# 12  
Old 07-23-2009
nitin I was thinking the same thing but he is probably running Red Hat Linux 4 and not RHEL4
# 13  
Old 07-24-2009
This is surely RHEL 4 and its customized.
# 14  
Old 07-25-2009
Ok, I tried fsck, but the problem still persists.

Kindly help,



- Shamik.

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