Root Filesystem (/) Mounts as Read-only
Can someone tell me what did I do to my filesystem, and how I can get it back?
I am configuring a RHEL5 system and I had some file system problems, including superblock errors. I followed a correction found here Surviving Filesystem Failures
After many reboots and fsck executions, it still will not mount on boot to read-write. However now it will let me remount to read-write after boot.
My /etc/fstab looks like:
Doing df -h gives me:
Anybody have any ideas on what's going on?
Thanks for any advice,
Hi eric. Your post is very complete. If all first posts here were like yours.
This possibility is a long shot, but do you have hal working?
Can you reboot and init on runlevel 3 without hal and check again.
You can change your default runlevel by edit the default /etc/inittab
Thanks, I appreciate for your response. I set to runlevel 3 and rebooted, haldaemon off and I get the same problem.
I also tried booting to single user and got an error that /usr/bin/id not found. I am trying other things. I am also wondering if I made a mistake in setting the superblock.
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