[TriLUG] Re: fsck.reiserfs reports \\\'Filesystem seems to
bimasakti at gmail.com
Thu Aug 24 20:18:56 EDT 2006
I would do:
Make a backup : image ( as Alson Said) or copy important files to a healthy
I made a baclground program to call smarctl tool in a duration of time and
parse the info, and send notification to the Web interface via socket ( this
was for the retail project, complicated due on user friendlyt)
for using smartd:
smartd always create log file as my understanding or sending an email (
based on your configuration)
can you run smartctl on the command line to check you Harddisk?
it should show you the errors.
as I know, smartctl sometimes fails to probe some harddrives.
Like on my linux box. smartctl can not probe my SATA harddisk ( could be
On 8/24/06, OlsonE at aosa.army.mil <OlsonE at aosa.army.mil> wrote:
> I'd make an image before you --rebuild-tree ...just in case...
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> Sent: Thursday, August 24, 2006 12:28 PM
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> Subject: [TriLUG] Re: fsck.reiserfs reports \\\'Filesystem seems to
> havefatal corruptions\\\'
> Original message sent on the Thu, 24 Aug 2006 01:16:51 -0400 by
> bimasakti at gmail.com
> > as my understanding...
> > you harddisk has bad blocks.
> > did u use smartmon to check your harddisk condition?
> > --rebuild-tree is the last option for me .
> Yes, I have smartmontools installed but I didn't get any notifications
> in weeks or months from smartd.
> The desktop is a Debian etch/testing box, and I had etch's latest
> package installed.
> The smartd.conf for hda (which is the only hard drive) is
> /dev/hda -a -o on -S on -s (S/../.././02|L/../../6/03) -m
> mike.fieschko at devmike.com,root at localhost
> The box was always running, so the box would be running when the 2 a.m.
> short self-test and Saturday
> 3 a.m. were scheduled.
> /var/ was on a different partition. I've run fsck.reiserfs on that
> partition, and mounted it, and found no smartd logfile. Does smartd
> write a logfile?
> If --rebuild-tree is the last option for you, what ther options are
> there before --rebuild-tree?
> Thanks in advance.
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