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Old 03-12-2013, 10:29 AM   #1
kiran.ursal
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Smile setenforce 1 problem


I have CentOS6.02 on my system.When i try to bott it it give sme message as follow:
Starting udev: [ok]
setting hostname localhost.localdomain: [ok]
setting up logical volume management : no volume grup found [ok]


checking filesystems
/dev/sda3 contains a file system with errors, check forced.

/dev/sda3: 376250/1589248 files(0.1% non contiguos), 2963942/6349056 blocks

/dev/sda1:Superblock last mount time(tue mar 12:00:04:14 2013, now=sat mar 12 14:17:28 2011 ) is in the future.

/dev/sda1: unexpected inconsistancy:run fsck manually.
(i.e, without -a or -p options) [failed]


***An error occured during the file system check;
*** droping you to shell : the system will reboot
***when you leav the shell .
***warning --SELinux is active
***disabling security enforcement for system recovery.
***run 'setenforce 1' to reenable.
give root password for maintainance
(or type control-d to continue):
******************************END*******************************


I entered my passsword after this message and type setenforce 1 but nothing is happens.

how to solve this problem
 
Old 03-12-2013, 10:34 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by kiran.ursal View Post
I have CentOS6.02 on my system.When i try to bott it it give sme message as follow:
Starting udev: [ok]
setting hostname localhost.localdomain: [ok]
setting up logical volume management : no volume grup found [ok]

checking filesystems
/dev/sda3 contains a file system with errors, check forced.
/dev/sda3: 376250/1589248 files(0.1% non contiguos), 2963942/6349056 blocks
/dev/sda1:Superblock last mount time(tue mar 12:00:04:14 2013, now=sat mar 12 14:17:28 2011 ) is in the future.
/dev/sda1: unexpected inconsistancy:run fsck manually. (i.e, without -a or -p options) [failed]

***An error occured during the file system check;
*** droping you to shell : the system will reboot
***when you leav the shell .
***warning --SELinux is active
***disabling security enforcement for system recovery.
***run 'setenforce 1' to reenable.
give root password for maintainance
(or type control-d to continue):
******************************END*******************************
I entered my passsword after this message and type setenforce 1 but nothing is happens. how to solve this problem
Ok, did you read/understand what you posted?

Your system is telling you that you have to first run setenforce 1, THEN fix the file system errors...and it even tells you how. Did you try running the OTHER command it told you to run???? Like "fsck /dev/sda1", where you're having the problem???
 
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Old 03-12-2013, 10:48 AM   #3
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Ok, did you read/understand what you posted?

Your system is telling you that you have to first run setenforce 1, THEN fix the file system errors...and it even tells you how. Did you try running the OTHER command it told you to run???? Like "fsck /dev/sda1", where you're having the problem???
no, it's not, it's disabling it. he'd need to run it afterwards if he wanted to, but it seems irrelevant really as I get the impression there is now knowledge of what SELinux is here....
 
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Old 03-12-2013, 02:32 PM   #4
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no, it's not, it's disabling it. he'd need to run it afterwards if he wanted to, but it seems irrelevant really as I get the impression there is now knowledge of what SELinux is here....
Agreed. The message says to run setenforce first, then fsck. Seems fairly clear to me, too.
 
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Old 03-12-2013, 04:41 PM   #5
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SE is being disabled for the "recovery" mode

"setenforce=0 "
for this session
but will need to be turned back on once things are fixed
hence the " run setenforce=1"
Quote:
checking filesystems
/dev/sda3 contains a file system with errors, check forced.

/dev/sda3: 376250/1589248 files(0.1% non contiguos), 2963942/6349056 blocks
normal output -- 0.1% fragments -- also normal

Quote:

/dev/sda1:Superblock last mount time(tue mar 12:00:04:14 2013, now=sat mar 12 14:17:28 2011 ) is in the future.
2 year difference ?
-- drive issue and not daylight savings time
-- something is garbled

you need to run "fsck" on the partition
and fix what it finds .
while se is turned off .
then turn it back on .
and look for SETroubleShooter" warnings
or
warnings in the /var/log/selinux/?? folder


but with this being the unsupported CentOS 6.2
the current fixes for daylight savings are not being used
the date for this did move

Last edited by John VV; 03-12-2013 at 04:43 PM.
 
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Old 03-13-2013, 01:48 PM   #6
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problem solved

Thank you all of you;
After posting my problem on forum immediatly I login in single user mode and use fsck command and my problem get solved.

Last edited by kiran.ursal; 03-13-2013 at 01:51 PM.
 
Old 03-13-2013, 03:41 PM   #7
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Thank you all of you;
After posting my problem on forum immediatly I login in single user mode and use fsck command and my problem get solved.
Great that its solved...probably always a good idea to pay attention to the messages from the server, and follow the clear instructions they give.
 
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