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Re: How to fsck a disk



On Tue, Mar 04, 2003 at 07:27:01PM -0800, Saqib Ali wrote:
> fsck {/file/system}
> 
> replace {/file/system}, with the file system that you want to repair.
actually you should run: fsck -y {/file/system}
> 
> 
> On Wed, 5 Mar 2003, Graeme Jensen wrote:
> 
> > After upgrading some packages using the red hat up2date command, it seems I
> > have somehow damaged the files and now I cannot log into my RH8.0 box.  I
> > get an error message saying I've been dropped into a shell and have to run
> > fsck.  I have no idea what this means and haven't been able to run the fsck
> > program using any of the information found in the web pages that appear
> > after doing a google search.  The man page lists various options, bit I
> > haven't been able to use the command either with or without options.  Any
> > ideas?
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