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Old 05-29-2013, 02:13 PM   #1
a.abdulna
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File system check in single user mode


Dear Team,

We have some servers in rhel 5.4 and all the servers have connected to storage, and today storage firmware got upgraded after upgrade the firmware we are started the servers in single user mode, before getting the prompt in single user mode some server showing storage space is force check. My problem is the file system checking progress is not going on, how can i avoid file system check in single user mode.

Anybody knows please help me out..

thanks
Abdul
 
Old 05-29-2013, 02:17 PM   #2
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Dear Team,
We have some servers in rhel 5.4 and all the servers have connected to storage, and today storage firmware got upgraded after upgrade the firmware we are started the servers in single user mode, before getting the prompt in single user mode some server showing storage space is force check. My problem is the file system checking progress is not going on, how can i avoid file system check in single user mode.

Anybody knows please help me out..
As you've been told SEVERAL times previously, you need to CALL RED HAT SUPPORT, since you're using RHEL, and paying for it, right??? They know the answers to these things.

And the answer is you DON'T avoid file system checks...the system is only going to do it if it NEEDS it, so skipping it is a bad idea. If you don't want to do it, shut down your servers properly.
 
  


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