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Old 06-24-2007, 10:25 AM   #1
kapoorrajeev1906
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software raid 1 ,md1 corrupt error


i installed rhel3 and was having 3 scsi hdd i made three raid 1 partitions and installed the server.after two months when i am starting the server it is checking the hdd for consistency check all check ok except the md1 and that contains the /(root).the startup is dropping me to a shell and is
asking to run fsck mannual with out any option supplying the root password i did that all but many nodes have error how can i bring that server back to work any suggestions
 
  


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