fsck errors at boot
swingincelt at gmail.com
Tue Mar 29 15:00:50 UTC 2005
I'm getting a fsck error at boot thats a bit confusing:
Filesystem is Clean.
Filesystem seems to have fatal corruptions. Running with
--rebuild-tree is required.
*ev/sda1: clean 33/522240 files, 80815/1044193 blocks [fail]
* fsck failed. Please repair manually.
It seems to be referring to /dev/sda1, but that is my boot partition
which is ext3 and fsck doesn't have a --rebuild-tree option as far as
I can tell. I've tried running fsck -pcfv and the partition comes up
I do have a reiserfs /dev/sda3, but I've also run fsck --check and
--rebuild-tree and it always comes out clean also. If I continue with
Ctrl-d the system boots and runs without any problems as far as I can
What file system checks are being run at boot? How would I fix this problem?
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