erasmu at gmail.com
Wed Jan 8 10:01:53 UTC 2014
#fsck -t ufs -fy /dev/ad4s1e
It is not going beyond I=6447
So As adviced I used
# fsdb -r /dev/ad4s1e (which is for /usr)
and i entered 6447. It gave the following output.
fsdb(inum:2)> inode 6447
Current inode:: regular file
I=6447 MODE=100400 SIZE=10737418728
MTIME=Jan 8 12:35:38 2014 [0 nsec]
CTIME=Jan 8 12:35:38 2014 [0 nsec]
ATIME=Jan 8 12:35:30 2014 [0 nsec]
OWNER=root GRP=oprator LINKCNT=1 FLAGS=0x200000 BLKCNT=2fco GEN=b7a04c0
Now what should i enter in this prompt .And what else should I do ?
I new to this Please help
On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 4:25 PM, Polytropon <freebsd at edvax.de> wrote:
> On Tue, 7 Jan 2014 17:27:16 +0700, Olivier Nicole wrote:
> > > With reference to my previous mail.
> > > The fsck output is in http://pastebin.com/vch0DbAx . And not in the
> > > previous link.
> > fsck should not take hours, unless your file system is terabytes. It
> > would be nice to know what is this inode 5823; you could try a find
> > /usr -inum 5823
> Or use fsdb which is in /sbin (and therefore on /). Use
> # fsdb -r /dev/ad4s1e
> > inode 5823
> And see "man fsdb" for details, as usual. :-)
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