[CentOS] Calling All FS Fanatics
feizhou at graffiti.net
Wed Oct 4 04:53:39 UTC 2006
>> How serious a level of damage before it refuses -y?
> Just guessing, but probably anytime 2 or more concurrent writes
> had allocated space but not completed the updates.
>> I cannot remember any time that I have not been able to do -y and there
>> have been times when I saw a huge amount of errors being automatically
> With ext2 my odds were at least one out of 10 that a busy
> machine wouldn't come back up automatically after a power
> glitch. Ext3 is much better because it normally just
> uses the journal to recover.
Hang on, I might be off on a tangent here. Are you saying there is a
difference between fsck on ext2 and fsck on ext3 (when not doing journal
recovery of course) when it comes to -y?
More information about the CentOS