"Don O'Neil" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> This question is related to my recent question about not being able to
> delete files after a disk crash... I solved that problem with the chflags
> (the no-delete flag was set!).. Thanks for all who suggested it.
> Now that I've deleted the files, I thought this problem would go away, but
> its not:
> quotacheck: /home/quota.user: seek failed: Invalid argument
> THE FOLLOWING FILE SYSTEM HAD AN UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY:
> /dev/twed0s1d (/home)
> I've run an fsck on the volume from single user mode, after deleting the
> files, and it was clean, but I still get this error. I deleted the
> quota.user & quota.group files because they were corrupted when the crash
> I'm at a loss as to what to do next, any suggestions?
Run fsck again (with, as always, the filesystem not mounted) and keep
doing so until you get a run with no errors being corrected. Don't
trust it if it tells you the filesystem is clean.
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