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Old 10-29-2019, 09:33 AM   #1
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File System Errors


Ubuntu 16 server

Lots of errors on reboot: https://pastebin.com/P9NSVXrg

smartmontools is not installed on this system (and Iím unable to install, since the disk is read-only).

Here's the output from fsck - it seems it cannot be run because of the same disk i/o issue:

root@box:~# fsck -a -y /dev/sda1
-bash: /sbin/fsck: Input/output error
 
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Ubuntu 16 server

Lots of errors on reboot: https://pastebin.com/P9NSVXrg

smartmontools is not installed on this system (and Iím unable to install, since the disk is read-only).

Here's the output from fsck - it seems it cannot be run because of the same disk i/o issue:

root@box:~# fsck -a -y /dev/sda1
-bash: /sbin/fsck: Input/output error
The "Input/Output error", combined with the fact the drive is read-only are bad signs, and suggests there may well be a problem with the drive itself. In any case, we really need the info from smartctl. The easiest way since you say the drive is read-only, is to download the systemrescuecd which has smartctl on it, and you can therefore run smartctl from that.

Can you use a live system like systemrescuecd and post the results of the command below within CODE tags;

Code:
smartctl -a /dev/sdX
Replace "sdX" with the actual device node of the drive in question.
 
  


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