On Wednesday 19 November 2003 04:34, Keith Spencer wrote: > Hi all, > System = 4.7 > all Intel > I have a filesystem mount error > /dev/ad0s1e i.e. /var > is dirty. > 1)the first I noticed trouble was a system freeze. > Untold screen logged errors.. > no more mbufs OR out of mbufs > 2)I rebooted and it dropped into single user mode ) I > Think) asking me to run fsck manually > 3) I did #fsck > 4) It said all ok except /dev/ad0s1e > Errors were ... > Unknown file type I=4609 > Unexpected soft update inconsistency > Clear[y|n] > **** HELP? do i say y or n? Impact is?? *** > I said no and then... > 50983 DUP I=4610 Unexpected soft update inconsistency > 54019 DUP I=4610 Unexpected soft update inconsistency > etc etcetc... > **** HELP!**** > Is this fatal (please say no) How do I continue best?
I don't know what the message means, but I always do: # yes | fsck And it never hurt my filesystem. Regards, Daniela _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"