[CentOS] howto mark bad block with fsck?

ijez ijez at time.net.my
Wed Mar 8 02:17:18 UTC 2006


Can anyone point me on howto use fsck to marking the bad block so it won't be use to store a file? I have one hdd with the bad block running on one of my server with this problem. While I rebuild a new server to replace the hdd, I really like to have a temporary solutions for that.

Thanks in advances,

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