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Re: find issue led to possible fsck bug

On Wed, 2006-05-03 at 08:21 +1000, David Timms wrote:

> > Subsequent runs of fsck to actually fix the problems does not appear to
> > work.  I even had them put the file /forcefsck on the system and reboot.
> > Same issues.  The results of the fsck seem to vary slightly.
> ...
> I have not seen the same happen, but I would find it informative to know 
> if setting selinux to off is enough to get past the problem (though I 
> doubt it).
> Also, in your first fsck run, you said "no" to fix problems; did you 
> subsequently run it with yes ?  You would need to boot from the rescue 
> cd (or cd 1) so that the filesystems to check can be written to.

>From what I can tell the error is in the selinux directory but not
caused by selinux.  He had turned off selinux previously which made no

He ran fsck with yes to fix the problems.  I also had him force the fsck
at boot time.

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