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Network Problems filesystem


I've a Unixware 7.1.4, the machine has 3 disks, the second disk is not mounted, he said the message "WARNING: msgcnt 2 vxfs: mesg 021: vx_fs_init - /dev/dsk/c0b0t1d0s1 file system validation failure".

I use the fsck command to check and repair, during the pocess apears messages to indicate the blocks and sectors are damaged and I fixed them, after the process fsck indicate the filessytem si sane an ok, but if I tried to mount it, he indicates the filesystem is corrupted you mus be check.

And again to the beginning ...... Any idea????

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Journaling file systems often cannot be restored using fsck. In fact, running fsck against some journaling filesystems can cause further damage.

I recommend you look at the vxfs man page on how to recover from a crash.
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Hi Neo,

Thanks a lot for your reply, but doesn't works. It happens the same, I can't read the second disk, I can't mount it, I can't to do anything....

The problem is bigger that this disk is to RAID 5 with another disks, te RAID can't to built , that the disk has blocks and bad sectors....

I am going to change this disk to another, but I am going to lose the RAID 5.

Bye ...
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PHP Error Boot Filesystems


I had to change Disco 1, now works. But appears another thig, when I reboot the server, appears the console login but no mount any filsesystems, no starts the inet services, ..... all services that are in /etc/init.d doesn't execute.

Appears conolse messages like "/dev/stand if not a fstype" , "bfs : error mount", etc....

What happened now? thanks
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