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Old 09-15-2004, 03:44 PM   #1
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fedora core raid crash!

The Fedora Core box which was on for a few months froze up during a cron job and was hard reset.

The partition setup has two 40 gig hard drives, one has a boot partition, both have 30 gig partitions with software raid binding them to make the logical volume.

Now when it boots, it finds an inactive volume group Volume00, which it activates, then it gets an EXT3 error:

"EXT3-fs error (device lvm(58,0)): etxt3_check_descriptors: Inode bitmap for group 100 not in group (block 3145729)!"


Is there a way to rebuild the filesystem or recover the data somehow?

I was thinking about installing Fedora core in the 10 free gigs of space on the drive without the boot partition so I could get better access to the drive and the raid tools. Or possible install Fedora core 2 over it and pray.


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