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What can I fix this issue? I have ran below commands but everything is same.:confused:
WARNING: Last shutdown is later than time on time-of-day chip: check date.
The / file system (/dev/rdsk/c1t0d0s0) is being checked
WARNING - unable to repair the / filesystem. Run fsck manually (fsck -F... (4 Replies)
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I am trying to root disk mirroring on SunFire V210 Server. There are two disks on this server c1t0d0 and c1t1d0 . I completed all the steps and I updated the vfstab file too. After I have updated the vfstab file I run df -h command but could not see the changes i made in vfstab. Suddenly the server... (1 Reply)
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I have a CentOS release 5.2 (Final)host running kernel 2.6.18-92.el5 with at raid 10 that had two mirrored drives fail. The drives were re-inserted and now the raid shows healthy (for now). I tried to mount but got an Input/output error. I then attempted a fsck:
fsck.gfs2 -y /dev/vg_01/uss_vol... (0 Replies)
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I need to fsck the root file system on my Solaris 9 server. It is a UFS file system but it is under Veritas control. I want to know which fsck I need to use to check the file system. The default Solaris fsck (/usr/sbin/fsck) or the Veritas (/lib/fs/vxfs/sparcv9/fsck) fsck? I take it I... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: gwhelan
I have created a FS /u00/ and created a non-root login under this FS. Also, disabled direct root login. Now is it possible or worth moving this login over to the root partition or allowing mount/umount + fsck from a standard account. As I am not able to run fsck for this FS.
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Discussion started by: panchpan
I am new for HP-UX.
I have HP rp2470 running HP-UX 10.x
When i run fsck in a root, the output is as below:
fsck: /dev/vg00/rlvol1: mounted file system
continue (y/n)? y
** Last Mounted on /stand
** Phase 1 - Check Blocks and Sizes
** Phase... (3 Replies)
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Can anybody tell me that is it the command "fsck" can be run by the root account only?
Thanks. (2 Replies)
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I have a Solaris 7 box. We got a strange error in the syslog, which read as follows:
Nov 15 11:50:16 server-01 unix: NOTICE: free inode /mount1/8025691 had size 0x20d
I consulted with a fellow sysadmin, and he suggested running "fsck -N" on the filesystem in question without unmounting it. So I... (1 Reply)
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I am having a problem with fsck. I am new to UNIX but was placed in a position where I must learn it. Anyway, one of the instructions that I have been given is to use 'fsck -f -y' when I am having trouble with the filesystem. The problem is that I am getting an error message that says the -f... (1 Reply)
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i am using sun solaris...and this is the filesystem information...
you can see th slice(swap) c0t0d0s1 is giving some absord information......and during rebooting it is asking to run fsck mnually..when i run fsck manually it is giving error incorrect starting and end header...smthing like... (1 Reply)
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