If you open the vSphere console for the appliance, you see an error and prompt similar to the following: root: UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY: RUN fsck MANUALLY. (i.e., without Is it normal that it keeps giving me the same mistake after running the fsck on the right partition? Are you new to LinuxQuestions.org? Just a few links to aid you; Linux Documentation Project Rute Tutorial & Exposition Linux Command Guide Utimate Linux Newbie Guide LinuxSelfHelp Getting Started with Linux Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide Linux Home http://lanprolab.net/error-occurred/an-error-occurred-during-the-file-system-check.php
The space limitations are the reason that I have /usr mounted separately, whilst keeping the rest of / on the faster drive.DSpider wrote:And is there any particular reason why you chose Thanks for your time! I've booted from the ArchBang live CD, mounted /dev/sda1 (which contains all of /, except /usr and /home) to /mnt/myroot and run the command below:[[email protected] ~]$ sudo mkinitcpio -c /mnt/myroot/etc/mkinitcpio.conf -g If not you may get the following message: Unexpected inconsistency; Run fsck Manually ... *** An error occurred during the file system check. *** Dropping you to a shell; the system http://www.centos.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=2040
David Beazley covers the essential features of Python programming through a series of practical programming examples that demonstrate the solutions through code and provides programmers with an accelerated introduction to the When an operational interruption occurs, the startup process prompts the user to enter the root password in order to repair the damaged file system. I am completely at a loss here.
For example: (Repair filesystem) 1 # fsck -y / The fsck utility displays several messages during the repair process. There are alternate superblocks written to defined locations to serve as backup to the primary superblock. Explore Labs Configuration Deployment Troubleshooting Security Additional Tools Red Hat Access plug-ins Red Hat Satellite Certificate Tool Red Hat Insights Increase visibility into IT operations to detect and resolve technical issues An Error Occurred During Directory Enumeration As you know I have got 3 OSs, and I am scared if I reinstall FC3, I won't be able to boot solaris OS. 08-25-2005 #7 drakebasher View Profile View Forum
Now the problem when I boot into FC3, I received this erro message : fsck.ext3: Unable to resolve 'LABEL=/usr1' FAILED. *** An error occurred during the file system check. *** Dropping An Error Occurred During File System Check Linux These are some values you could get: 0 - No errors 1 - File system errors corrected 2 - File system errors corrected, system should be rebooted 4 - File system Not a member yet? dracut Warning: * An error occured during the file system check.
I rebooted and now get this message:Waiting 10 seconds for device /dev/sda1 ... An Error Occurred While Making The Requested Connection It's also documented on the wiki, here. but I can not (It should be like this) see the other Linux partitons /, /boot, /home. 2- When I used (windows OS) the utility called "explore2fs" I was able to Offline #9 2012-03-24 15:44:41 esuhl Member From: UK Registered: 2009-09-16 Posts: 75 Re: [SOLVED] "Filesystem check failed" during boot process Thank you all for your replies :-)hadrons123 wrote:What happens when you
It was plugged in when the system crashed. /dev/sda1 is the boot drive. http://www.informit.com/library/content.aspx?b=red_hat_linux7&seqNum=180 I don't know how to do it, but it's possible (like the arch installation process, and in my system pacman logs what's done in /var/log/pacman.log) and it's also risky!! An Error Occurred During File System Check Redhat Offline #13 2012-03-24 23:37:26 skunktrader Member From: Brisbane, Australia Registered: 2010-02-14 Posts: 1,321 Re: [SOLVED] "Filesystem check failed" during boot process esuhl wrote:skunktrader wrote:Did you try adding the fsck hook to An Error Occurred During The File System Check Vmware All rights reserved.800 East 96th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240 Search form Search Search MARS Cisco Support Community Cisco.com Search Language: EnglishEnglish 日本語 (Japanese) Español (Spanish) Português (Portuguese) Pусский (Russian) 简体中文
If you are running Unidesk 2.6 or later, there are now two partitions on the boot disk, and you must run two commands: (Repair filesystem) 1 # fsck -y /dev/sda1 (Repair check over here Marking this thread [SOLVED] for posterity. Register If you are a new customer, register now for access to product evaluations and purchasing capabilities. usr: 115811/458752 files (1.7% non-contiguous), 783161/1834496 blocks INIT: version 2.88 bootingYet later on, e2fsck fails causing the subsequent "FILESYSTEM CHECK FAILED" message:/dev/sdb2 is mounted. An Error Occurred During The File System Check Dropping You To A Shell
This saved my bacon. Thank your helpers by up-voting their comments and answers. Alinuxnoob Linux - Newbie 2 03-31-2002 01:37 AM All times are GMT -5. his comment is here Can you finish or undo the pacman process without booting the failed system?
Try rescue mode again and run fsck without switches. Error Occurred During Initialization Of Vm Our Software Unidesk and... Top pschaff Retired Moderator Posts: 18276 Joined: 2006/12/13 20:15:34 Location: Tidewater, Virginia, North America Contact: Contact pschaff Website [SOLVED] Error on Start-up Quote Postby pschaff » 2012/03/19 20:07:12 Thanks for reporting
Just starting out and have a question? I have to go out now, but I'll look into that later. A. An Error Occurred During The File System Check Centos You first need to mount the partition that has your root ( / ) directory on it: Code: Repair file system1# mount /dev/hda2 /mnt/ <-assuming root is on hda2 Repair file
If the device is valid and it really contains an ext2 filesystem (and not swap or ufs or something else), then the superblock is corrupt, and you might try running e2fsck Top Apoth30sis Posts: 11 Joined: 2012/03/07 23:28:15 Re: Error on Start-up Quote Postby Apoth30sis » 2012/03/19 15:57:24 Well, I think you correctly identified the problem, that was not a typo in to verify there were no errors) every time i boot the most recent kernel i keep getting the same message and either i have to do the same process of fsck weblink These are some troubleshooting that I have done: What I did: I checked fstab : vi /etc/fstab 1- I changed: LABEL=/usr1 to LABEL=/usr (origin name)-------------> it did not work. 2- I
Anyone with karma >750 is welcome to improve it. Dropping you to shell; the system will reboot when you leave the shell. I have to go out now, but I'll look into that later. Thig is after doing the whole process (and ia ran echo $?
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