[SM-Discuss] init fsck weirdness
rabrams at sourcemage.org
Sat Nov 16 12:56:43 EST 2002
Thanks! I got an email from you and another who is apparently having
In any case, Thanks very much for your help. That cracked it.
Note to self: rescue cd is /good/. ;)
Now someone go make sure the init.d spell handles that stuff better in
the future. :)
On Saturday, November 16, 2002, at 12:43 PM, Lyon Lemmens wrote:
> I had the same problem.
> Turned out there are two links to ../init,d/mount.sh, one called
> and the other S10mount
> Somebody trying to get smart and rename S10mount.sh to the more common
> S10mount, but forgetting to remove the old S10mount.sh
> So if you rm /etc/rc1.d/S10mount.sh, you'll be fine again.
> This should _NOT_ happen in the "almost stable" test grimoire.
> On Saturday 16 November 2002 18:31, Ryan Abrams wrote:
>> So my system recently experienced a power failure during shutdown,
>> leaving things in a rather odd state.
>> When i try to reboot it, i have a failure on fscking
>> /devices/discs/disc1/part1 (ext3) - it says its already mounted. the
>> init system then drops me to single user mode to "repair" it - i have
>> to unmount it at that point, and then fsck it. it's completely ok.
>> The problem is then i reboot, and get the same error.
>> I tried going to single user mode, but get the same error. I have
>> removing it from the fstab on disc0/part1, but that is mounted
>> because i am in maintenance mode.
>> so basically, the init system will n ot let me load my system to a
>> point where it is functional.
>> Any tips?
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