kernel panic due to file system corruption
neoscreenager at gmail.com
Sun Jun 7 08:18:07 UTC 2009
I have already done that, the fsck.ext3 gives the message that partition is
Christian Kujau-3 wrote:
> On Tue, 2 Jun 2009, NeYo wrote:
>> I have RHEL 4 AS running on HP ProLiant DL580 G5.
> RHEL 4, so you're running kernel 2.6.9 or something? Pretty old...hm.
>> The machine was running
>> fine last week but was shutted down abruptly due to power and ups
>> When i booted it again i got following error :
>> I tried to mount all the partitions and they are mounting fine but the /
>> partition (c0d0p2) does not have /bin and /etc folders, insted of which
>> there are files of same name.
> So, after the power failure "something" happened to your root filesystem.
> I'd suggest to boot off a rescue CD, backup your root partition (dd) and
> then try to e2fsck. The filesystem should then be in a consistent state,
> not sure if it will be usable though. Oh, and try to log all the e2fsck
> output in case you want to analyze it later on.
> BOFH excuse #75:
> There isn't any problem
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