jobst at barrett.com.au
Wed Mar 3 07:35:13 UTC 2010
That is the root password you need to specify.
then you need to look BEFORE that line and find out what
fsck cannot check with the "-a" flag set.
You need to run fsck on the partition in question, then
correct all errors and type exit at the end.
the machine will then reboot.
On Tue, Mar 02, 2010 at 05:08:22PM +0300, Damas Ally (damastz at gmail.com) wrote:
> Greetings all,
> I am using Centos-5.3 in my server which is running dns, apache and mail.
> When the power went off and back then all of my services are not be able to
> run, i visited log files esp for httpd it says read-only and httpd cant
> start, this cause all of my services to stop. i tried to fix by fsck but
> still i cant be able to log in my mails via web access because httpd is not
> running, in short all services stopped.
> I need help, what to do so that to change the read-only mode, i cant even
> delete any file.
> After running fsck and reboot now it reached:-
> (none) login:
> and if i type root gives incorrect.
> Please help me so that to get back my mail server online (mails are in this
> ICT4Community, in Community, with Community.
> damastz at hotmail.com/aim.com/juasun.net
> +255 (0) 715 /784 /767 464 678
> QQ 860719395, skype: damas.ally
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