vxfs fsck: fsck read failure bno = 482, off = 0, len = 32768 (535 Views)
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Fadia Almarei
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vxfs fsck: fsck read failure bno = 482, off = 0, len = 32768

i have hp-ux 10.20 , i have a problem on  file systems when we try to mount them

# mount -a
mount: /dev/vg00/lvuse is already mounted on /users
vxfs mount: /dev/vg00/lvdat is corrupted. needs checking
mount: /dev/vg00/lvlog is already mounted on /inglog
vxfs mount: /dev/vg00/lvol7 is corrupted. needs checking
mount: /dev/vg00/lvol6 is already mounted on /usr
vxfs mount: /dev/vg00/lving is corrupted. needs checking
mount: /dev/vg00/lvol5 is already mounted on /tmp
mount: /dev/vg00/lvol4 is already mounted on /opt
mount: /dev/vg00/lvol1 is already mounted on /stand

 

i did fsck to the failed mount file systems and i get the following error

 

# fsck /dev/vg00/lvdat
\log replay in progress
vxfs fsck: fsck read failure bno = 772, off = 0, len = 32768
try a full file system check
# \

i try it with full option and also i get error

 

 

# fsck -F vxfs -o full -y
vxfs fsck: /dev/vg00/lvol3 is currently mounted
vxfs fsck: /dev/vg00/lvol4 is currently mounted
vxfs fsck: /dev/vg00/lvol5 is currently mounted
vxfs fsck: /dev/vg00/lvol6 is currently mounted
log replay in progress
vxfs fsck: fsck read failure bno = 58, off = 0, len = 32768
try a full file system check
log replay in progress
vxfs fsck: fsck read failure bno = 482, off = 0, len = 32768
try a full file system check
vxfs fsck: /dev/vg00/lvlog is currently mounted
log replay in progress
vxfs fsck: fsck read failure bno = 772, off = 0, len = 32768
try a full file system check
vxfs fsck: /dev/vg00/lvuse is currently mounted
#

 

what should i do to remount hese file systems

 

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Dennis Handly
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Re: vxfs fsck: fsck read failure bno = 482, off = 0, len = 32768

>what should I do to remount these file systems

 

Looks like you have I/O errors on them.  Time to get out your backups.

You might be able to mount them read only to get some files off.

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Fadia Almarei
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Re: vxfs fsck: fsck read failure bno = 482, off = 0, len = 32768

i need to try to make them work without retraining to backup , i have old backup is there is a way to do this , also how to mount them in read only mode and copy the data from them

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Fadia Almarei
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Re: vxfs fsck: fsck read failure bno = 482, off = 0, len = 32768

also i get the following when i run the following command could this be reolved

 

# fsck -o full,nolog
fsck: illegal option -- o
usage: /sbin/fsck [ -F hfs ] [-f] [ -V ] [ -p | -P ] [ file system ... ]
   or: /sbin/fsck [ -F hfs ] [ -m ] [ -V ] [ file system ]
   or: /sbin/fsck [ -F hfs ] [ -V ] [ -b block # ] [ -f ] [ -y ] [ -n ] [ -q ] [
 file system ... ]
vxfs fsck: /dev/vg00/lvol3 is currently mounted
vxfs fsck: /dev/vg00/lvol4 is currently mounted
vxfs fsck: /dev/vg00/lvol5 is currently mounted
vxfs fsck: /dev/vg00/lvol6 is currently mounted
pass0 - checking structural files
pass1 - checking inode sanity and blocks
pass2 - checking directory linkage
pass3 - checking reference counts
pass4 - checking resource maps
OK to clear log? (ynq)y
vxfs fsck: error writing LOG inode
pass0 - checking structural files
pass1 - checking inode sanity and blocks
pass2 - checking directory linkage
pass3 - checking reference counts
pass4 - checking resource maps
OK to clear log? (ynq)y
vxfs fsck: error writing LOG inode
vxfs fsck: /dev/vg00/lvlog is currently mounted
pass0 - checking structural files
pass1 - checking inode sanity and blocks
pass2 - checking directory linkage
pass3 - checking reference counts
pass4 - checking resource maps
OK to clear log? (ynq)y
vxfs fsck: error writing LOG inode
vxfs fsck: /dev/vg00/lvuse is currently mounted

 

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