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Old 06-23-2003, 10:31 AM   #1
primus
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fsck reiserfs and fsk ext3 errors


hey all, i am running Gentoo Linux and i tried to post in the gentoo forums, but i have had no success.

my original post is here and my system config is here so please feel free to check them out, though i will repost the main problem below:

Code:
* Checking root file system ...
fsck 1.33 (21-Apr-2003)

Failed to open the filesystem

If the partition table has no been changed, and the partition is valid and it really contains a reiserfs partition, then the superblock is corrupted and you need to run --rebuild-sb

Warning fsck.reiserfs for the device /dev/ataraid/disc0/part3 exited with signal 6

* Filesystem repaired ... [!!]

...then later down...

* Checking all file systems ...
fsck 1.33 (21-Apr-2003)

fsck.ext3: No such file or directory while trying to open /dev/ataraid/disc0/part1

/dev/ataraid/disc0/part1:
The superblock could not be read or does not describe a correct ext2 filesystem. If the device is valid and it real does contain a ext2 filesystem (and not swap or ufs or something else) then the superblock is corrupt, and you may try running e2fsck with an alternate superblock.
    e2fsck -b 8193 <device>

* File system errors corrected ... [!!]
that is what i get on bootup... i changed my fstab to:

Code:
...

/dev/ataradi/disc0/part1  /boot ext3       noauto,noatime    0 0
/dev/ataradi/disc0/part3  /     reiserfs  noatime             0 0
/dev/ataradi/disc0/part2  none swap      sw                  0 0

...
though i still recieve:

Code:
* Checking root file system ...
fsck 1.33 (21-Apr-2003)

Failed to open the filesystem

If the partition table has no been changed, and the partition is valid and it really contains a reiserfs partition, then the superblock is corrupted and you need to run --rebuild-sb

Warning fsck.reiserfs for the device /dev/ataraid/disc0/part3 exited with signal 6

* Filesystem repaired ... [!!]
the system seems to run normally... this is why i have been hesistant to do anything. should i worry about this error? if i leave it will it hurt me later on? has anyone seen or fixed this before?

thanks alot, any help would be great
 
Old 06-16-2012, 10:36 AM   #2
jairaj.gudha
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fsck reiserfs and fsk ext3 errors

fsck does not check stacked devices (RAIDs, dm-crypt, ...) in parallel with any other device. See below for FSCK_FORCE_ALL_PARALLEL setting. The /sys filesystem is used to detemine dependencies between devices.
 
  


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