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File system corrupted

sakthivadivel
Occasional Visitor

File system corrupted

Hi Guys,

I can't mount the file system due to File corrupted.When I try to fsck its failed and return with error message "Fsck aborted".

Need your help to resolve this issue , your help will be very grateful.

Regards
Sakthi
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V. Nyga
Honored Contributor

Re: File system corrupted

Hi,

can you give us the whole command that you run and the whole error message?
Also which os and hardware do you have?

V.
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Johnson Punniyalingam
Honored Contributor

Re: File system corrupted

fsck aborted " need more information,

what syntax did you use while performing fsck ?

can you post the command ?
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Bill Hassell
Honored Contributor

Re: File system corrupted

If you see any errors about block read or errno=5, this is a bad disk and cannot be fixed. fsck will unscramble incorrect data items withing the directories but cannot fix unreadable data. Do you have disk errors logged in /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log?


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T. M. Louah
Esteemed Contributor

Re: File system corrupted

As Bill stated, historical "syslog.log" may have a tip for teh actual issue; also try "dmesg" command.
if the filesystem is added to "/etc/fstab", verify the the mount calls the right switches.
Check what disks are spanned by the volume/filesystem and make sure the disk(s) where the filesystem lays is CLAIMED:
# ioscan -dnC disk

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