[CentOS] File system goes read-only once in a while
hme at onart.com.tr
Fri Aug 1 16:52:09 UTC 2008
Toby Bluhm wrote:
>> I did it several times. Unfortunately, it couldn't fix the problem.
> Does it say the fsck is a success or fails?
How can I get this info? All I get dmesg and messages logs after the
boot. Is there a log somewhere? If not, I think I have to watch the
monitor on the server during boot.
> Boot the rescue disk. Mount the partitions someplace. Dump /old_var to
> /new_var. Of course, if the /old_var fs is somewhat trash, /new_var
> won't be much better.
The problem is there is a raid card kernel module loads during boot. If
I boot the rescue disk, /mnt/raid will not be mounted.
> I'd be wary of hardware problems with raid controller, cables, or
> disks. That "IO failure" in your logs isn't what you want to see
> during fs operations.
You are absolutely right. I am just trying to do my best to recover
whatever I can.
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