[CentOS] What commands are available in recovery mode?

Thu Dec 30 06:05:08 UTC 2010
cornel panceac <cpanceac at gmail.com>

2010/12/30 Bill Campbell <centos at celestial.com>

> On Wed, Dec 29, 2010, Mark wrote:
> >I have a CentOS VM that I messed up and it now can't find /home
> >(because it's gone), so it comes up in recovery mode.
> Would a manual fsck help fix this?
> >What can I do in recovery mode?  It won't let me modify any files,
> >which makes it hard to fix the fstab, so ...???
> This command will remount the root file system read-write so you
> can edit things.
> mount -n -oremount,rw /
> When you're done this will remount read-only.
> mount -n -oremount,ro /

chroot /mnt/sysimage

the standard first step after starting in rescue mode?

Through political strategy they keep us hungry and, when you gonna get some
food, your brother got to be your enemy.
(Ambush in the Night - Robert Nesta Marley)
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