[NBLUG/talk] debian apt-get crash
jet at sonic.net
Fri Mar 12 17:20:04 PST 2004
Same diff, ext3 is ext2 with a journal. The same utilities are used on an
ext3 filesystem as an ext2.
Either the disk is going bad or .....
Do a dumpe2fs /dev/sda1 and see what the superblock says about the state of
On Friday 12 March 2004 05:17 pm, Lincoln Peters wrote:
> You said you ran fsck.ext2, right? Perhaps you should have run
> fsck.ext3 instead. Try:
> fsck.ext3 -f -c -C 0 -v /dev/sda1
> That should do everything you wanted to do, but it will properly handle
> the ext3 file system (instead of treating it like an ext2 file system).
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