Re: System hangs after fsck
From: Tony Lawrence (foo_at_pcunix.com)
Date: Wed, 01 Jun 2005 06:13:36 -0400
Brian Lavender wrote:
> On Tue, 31 May 2005 17:53:24 -0400, Jean-Pierre Radley wrote:
>>Brian Lavender typed (on Tue, May 31, 2005 at 02:19:01PM -0700):
>>| I have an OSR 5.0.7 box where if it is now shutdown properly, when it
>>| reboots, it comes up and says the disk is not clean and does what looks to
>>| be a fsck. Then it mounts the disk read only ( or something ) and doesn't
>>| boot. I haven't been able to get around it without restoring the system
>>| from Microlite's RecoverEdge. I take a full system backup each night. What
>>| do I do when it goes through this fsck ( or whatever it is? ) Sorry I
>>| don't have more details on the messages, but I had to restore the system
>>| and haven't taken the time to write down the message details.
>>As I think you already suspected as you wrote that, you haven't been
>>precise enough in your report...
> What usually happens after fsck? That's the only parallel I could draw to
> the problem from my experience with GNU/Linux. Is it fsck, or could it be
> something else? I don't have much experience with OSR's file system. Does
> the filesystem have a journal?
Yes (assuming you didn't deliberately install an older fs).
After fsck, init. This is way too vague.. "Then it mounts the disk read
only ( or something )".. or something ?? C'mon :-)
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