and when for repair work finally i saw in RAW Display of partition which is /dev/sdob has data in raw format so i think due to mkfs is front end and It was fun while it lasted y'all HOWTO secure your linux box with IPTABLES John Cleese on Creativity Finally, I got my site in order! What can be the problem here ? Dear all members, From: [hidden email] Subject: Re: How can I fix "Cannot find file system superblock" problem? http://nyfreewifi.com/cannot-find/cannot-find-superblock-freebsd.html
I had 2GB. How to Restore a Bad Superblock Become superuser. Make sure file system is UNMOUNTED.If your system will give you a terminal type the following command, else boot Linux system from rescue disk (boot from 1st CD/DVD. Previous message: Example network protocol implementation Next message: How can I fix "Cannot find file system superblock" problem?
How to Fix a UFS File System fsck Cannot Repair Sometimes you need to run fsck a few times to fix a file system because problems corrected on one pass might Date: Sat, 16 Dec 2006 22:49:59 +0900 Message-ID: <[hidden email]> fk> Dear all, fk> fk> Still I can not solove the problem. One can also mount an already visible directory tree elsewhere: mount -bind olddir newdir or move a subtree: mount -move olddir newdir A device can be given by name, say /dev/hda1
fk> fk> -- fk> FK. So I still have two good copies of my data with my router's drive.SMART status is ok. If you cannot fully repair a file system but you can mount it read-only, try using cp, tar, or cpio to retrieve all or part of the data from the file From: "Scott I.
Haven't tried anything yet. uld-i-buy/ Nas4Free 10.2.0.2.1778. If you omit the -N option, you will create a new, empty file system. fk> fk> #dd if=/dev/da0s2a skip=0 bs=512 count=16 of=sb0 fk> 16+0 records in fk> 16+0 records out fk> 8192 bytes transferred in 0.011918 secs (687360 bytes/sec) fk> fk> #diff -s sb0 sb1
sympton, Aug 24, 2011 #14 sympton Newbie Joined: Aug 1, 2011 Messages: 23 Thanks Received: 0 Trophy Points: 4 I installed ubuntu to usb stick and did something i found from fk> fk> fk> fk> This dump analysis is beyond my tecknical knowledge. Reply Link Caroline February 7, 2012, 5:29 amNo rsaoen why you can't run linux if your clients run windows… ;)Just saying there are a lot of good rsaoens to try it The RC builds came before the final RELEASE build.
On 16/12/2006 6:25 AM, FK wrote: ... > But ... fk> fk> So Thanks a lot for your help! Notes on my issue are belowI was getting following error when mounting. tune2fs just hung there sucking 100% CPU when trying to remove the journalThe command given here worked great.
sympton, Aug 7, 2011 #1 matthewowen01 FreeNAS Experienced Joined: May 27, 2011 Messages: 566 Thanks Received: 6 Trophy Points: 21 Next time run 'zpool status' and let us know. Check This Out In dmesg it says: Code:ada0 at ata2 bus 0 scbus1 target 0 lun 0 ada0:
There must be an easy way to solve this.Thanks. But after i tried this through webinterface, it didnt succeed. I believe we will be able to mount the fs using a diff super block "only" if we r running system in rescue mode with cd media mounted, I could not
One the process finished i fdisk'd the target disk: [[email protected]] (/dev): fdisk /dev/ad6 ******* Working on device /dev/ad6 ******* parameters extracted from in-core disklabel are: cylinders=969021 heads=16 sectors/track=63 (1008 blks/cyl) Figures Fix? Now I am not in front of my broken PC and unfortunately yesterday I didn't try to mount the other partitions. Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] Dear list members, How can I fix "Cannot find file system superblock" problem?
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regards! It might help you fix the problem. Does any of this work on OpenBSD and the ffs file system? Background: FreeBSD6.0-RELEASE. #disklabel /dev/da0s2 # /dev/da0s2: 8 partitions: # size offset fstype [fsize bsize bps/cpg] a: 18994687 524288 4.2BSD 2048 16384 28552 b: 524288 0 swap c: 19518975 0 unused 0
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