I have a problem with my linux server. Which, is currently running on an IBM server RAID 5 with 3HDD.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 (i586)
We have Novell OES1, and Novell iFolder 3.2.
I'm not an expert on linux, but I feel my problem is related to the way my drives have been mounted. I can no longer log into iFolder application, access Novell iManager - and I'm seeing lots of problems with apache.
When the server boots up, xWindows loads as normal, but as I move around the interface I start to see various messages such as:
'Will not save configuration'
'Configuration file ****** not writable'.
I've been reading some TID's on the internet which talk about the system going into RO mode to protect itself. I'm assuming this is what's happened to me. But who knows?
If I enter the command 'mount', at a prompt, it lists all the drives that are mounted the only one which is RO is my CDROM.
I found another TID which suggested giving the command:
Mount -o -rw,remount /
Which I believe should remount my drive as RW(Read/Write), but when I give this command, all I get is an error:-
'can't read superblock'.
If I exit xWindows, to return to the command prompt. When I log in as root, the message is displayed:
FATAL: cannot change permissions of TTY: Read-only file system.
So now I'm stuck with a server, that's not working well at all, and I'm looking for some advice, suggestions of where to go next.
Can you help.