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Date:      Wed, 02 Nov 2005 22:33:14 -0500
From:      Derek <derekm.nospam@rogers.com>
To:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY - fsck
Message-ID:  <436984FA.7000507@rogers.com>
In-Reply-To: <000001c5dd31$46bcc700$0b00000a@Discovery>
References:  <20051029211255.GB13247@math.jussieu.fr> <000001c5dd31$46bcc700$0b00000a@Discovery>

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John wrote:
>>>pid 22 (fsck), uid 0: exited on signal 11 Segmentation fault #
>>
>>And what's happend if you reboot and do this again ?
> 
> 
> This happens every time I reboot, same messages, if I just do a fsck (no -y)
> and answer no to this Clear? question, I get a second, similar  BAD/DUP FILE
> I= 3219137 ...
> 

It might be worth while if you can get a second disk, to do a dump, or
dd of the first disk over to it, and then trying to fsck with a newer
version on the copy (so you can go back if you need to).

FreeSBIE would be an ideal choice for this:

http://www.freesbie.org

(eg.  put the two disks in a machine, boot from the FreeSBIE CD, copy
the one disk over, fsck the copy, and then try and boot the copy).

I suspect you'll need to use dd because of the filesystem corruption.




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