Ubuntu Installation :: System Crashed While Trying To Upgrade To 10.04

Mar 24, 2010

I was trying to upgrade to 10.04 (from 9.10 x86_64)when the update manager crashed without any warning or errors. it happened while the packages were being installed, as a result of which i could no longer login into gnome. so i logged in using the terminal and since i had cleaned the cache before upgrading i ran sudo -i dpkg *.deb (there were a large number of deb files in it, so i thought those were the upgrade packages) but the process couldn't be completed. it said that there were too many errors. after rebooting, gnome doesn't start and i can see lucid development version in the terminal. it also didn't detect my usb keyboard.do i have to reinstall ubuntu.

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Ubuntu Installation :: After Upgrade From 8 To 10.4 - System Totally Crashed

Apr 9, 2011

I tried to upgrade two hardy them to 10.4 lcui and failed miserably. after upgrading, both fail to finish rebooting process; they stuck at maintenance mode. are there ways to rescue them? something went very wrong...

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Ubuntu Installation :: Upgrade From 10.04 To 10.10b Crashed With GError, Broke System

Oct 17, 2010

i wanted to upgrade my ubuntu system to meerkat beta via update manager like i upgraded it the last 5+ times.

a bug showed up that i can recall from updating files previously: some software installtions via update manager triggered the programm nicotine+ (i think is was something like man-lib or man-db that, when called by the installtion programm, would trigger nicotine too). since i can close that nicotine+-window and the installation process isnt bothered any further i didnt mind.

now with this upgrade, i had to close nicotine+ around 5 times since it got triggered together with some of the files that got updated/installed in this upgrade.

and then what happened: GError something about an "unrecognized image file", it concerned a py file that was named "nicotine"...

so i waited for 10 mins and figured out that the update process had stopped. i couldnt resist and logged out, wanting to delete nicotine from my system and to reinitialize the upgrade. well, nothing works since then, grub only lets me choose different kernels which didnt help much as there was no way to startx.

my question is:

how can i reset this upgrade mess or bring this pending upgrade to an end? can i do an upgrade via network, based on the emergency shell that comes up in some kernel-recoverymodes? or should i burn a livecd, boot it and then do what? repair? try another upgrade? delete nicotine?

having 'consumed' ubuntu for years now i still wouldnt know what else to do then posting here.

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Ubuntu Installation :: PC Crashed During Upgrade To 10.04

May 5, 2010

I was upgrading to 10.04 through the update manager and my pc froze during the install, and I mean dead stop. It's happened a few times since I've come home from college for the summer, but I thought it was just the game I was playing or something so I wasn't concerned.

Now when I try to boot it gives me errors mounting /media/1 and /media/2 and various other others regarding NTFS (yet linux doesnt use NTFS so I'm confused...). When I hit any button that's not a letter (Esc, Delete, Backspace, etc.) it flashes over to a screen that says 10.04 with 4 dots underneath. Similar to what the loading screen should be, yet obviously not the loading screen.

Is there anyway I can install/upgrade this system through a LiveCD or something similar? I can't boot to Linux at all now, but I can boot to the Windows partition on the same hdd.

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Ubuntu Installation :: 10.10 - 11.04 Crashed On Upgrade ?

Apr 29, 2011

I was minutes away from finishing my upgrade and the screen went black and the mouse stopped moving. I left it for about 10 minutes to see if it would recover but nothing happened. I had to restart and now I've got nothing, not even a terminal prompt. If I start normally, I get a blinking white cursor (I cannot type) that never goes away and if I try recovery mode It hangs.

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Ubuntu Installation :: 10.10 To 11.04 Upgrade Crashed

May 6, 2011

I have run 10.04 for some time with no issues. I was presented with the system option to upgrade to 11.04. This I did but the upgrade crashed out halfway through the install process, with a 'too many errors to continue upgrade, system maybe unstable'.

On re-boot I am now presented with;

And the system waits for the selection.

So my question is - how to recover this ?

I can get to a shell (#) and see files on the drive (using ls) so I know the drive hasn't died.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Computer Crashed During 10.10 Upgrade

Nov 9, 2010

I was upgrading from 10.04 to 10.10 when my laptop crashed due to a HW issue not related to upgrade. But now when I start:

1) The laptop, it boots up till the point GDM log in screen is displayed without any log-in option. The system does not respond to any keyboard or mouse actions.
2) when I try to recover (recovery mode), the boot process comes til a point where it says "Console: switching to color frame buffer device 180x56"

And the prompt just stays there. It does not not drop to terminal. When I choose an older option in the grub, I do get dropped to initramfs prompt. How to restore my machine. re-instillation is not an option as I have some data I need in the home directory.

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Ubuntu Installation :: During Upgrade To 10.10 Window Manager Crashed

Oct 10, 2010

I started the upgrade to 10.10 and now the upgrade process is trying to get some input in the orange window. Problem is I can't bring that window to the front because metacity crashed. When I try to start metacity from a console it dumps core. How do I continue the upgrade?

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Ubuntu Installation :: Computer Crashed Off Mid Upgrade 10.04 To 10.10 Now Won't Boot

Oct 14, 2010

I was upgrading from 10.04 to 10.10 and the computer completely froze and I restarted it thinking I would be able to restart the update where I left off (I'm new to ubuntu). However when I restart I can't get anywhere, if I boot normally the ubuntu screen comes up and then it stops with the computer name in the middle of the screen and thats it (can't do anything i can't get into shell via ctrl-alt-f1 etc..) if i use the recovery from the grub menu it loads a bunch of things then stops i can't type anything but I can switch using ctrl-alt-f1 and ctrl-alt-f7 but I don't see anything except:

under ctrl-alt-f1 the last line reads:

[2.711773] composite sync not supported
under ctrl-alt-f7: the last lines read
fsck from util-linux-ng 2.17.2
init: udevtrigger main process (421) terminated with status 1


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Ubuntu Installation :: Attempted To Upgrade To 10.04 Through Update Manager - Computer Crashed

May 8, 2010

So I attempted to Upgrade 2 days ago from 9.10 to 10.04. I started the upgrade and left my computer alone as it said it would take several hours. When I returned to check on it, It told me the the installation had failed and it was attempting to roll back to the previous installation. Afterward I couldn't access anything on my computer. I'd click a icon and it wouldn't do anything. I manually restarted it and was greeted with a message that it couldn't boot because there was no mount specified.

Since I had backed up all my files I tried to just reinstall ubuntu. However even after I reinstalled I'm greeted with the same message.

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Ubuntu Installation :: System Crashed During 11.04 Update

May 7, 2011

I was updating my netbook to the 11.04 when it crashed (I thought is was on the grid, what do you think? it wasn't!) Now if I try to do it again I get a notification and then it stops.
These are the last few lines of/var/log/dist-upgrade/main.log:

2011-05-07 11:15:47,352 DEBUG entry 'deb [URL] natty main #Third party developers repository' is already set to new dist
2011-05-07 11:15:47,353 DEBUG examining: 'deb [URL] natty partner'
2011-05-07 11:15:47,353 DEBUG entry 'deb [URL] natty partner' is already set to new dist
2011-05-07 11:15:47,354 DEBUG examining: 'deb [URL] maverick main'
2011-05-07 11:15:47,355 DEBUG entry 'deb [URL] natty main' updated to new dist
2011-05-07 11:15:47,405 DEBUG running doUpdate() (showErrors=True)
2011-05-07 11:15:48,260 DEBUG openCache()
2011-05-07 11:15:48,261 DEBUG failed to SystemUnLock() (E:Niet vergrendeld)
2011-05-07 11:15:48,620 DEBUG /openCache(), new cache size 1668
2011-05-07 11:15:48,622 DEBUG needServerMode(): run in 'desktop' mode, (because of key deps for 'ubuntu-desktop')
2011-05-07 11:15:48,623 ERROR No 'ubuntu-minimal' available/downloadable after sources.list rewrite+update
2011-05-07 11:16:13,016 DEBUG abort called
2011-05-07 11:16:13,027 DEBUG openCache()
2011-05-07 11:16:13,028 DEBUG failed to SystemUnLock() (E:Niet vergrendeld)
2011-05-07 11:16:13,440 DEBUG /openCache(), new cache size 1668
2011-05-07 11:16:13,442 DEBUG enabling apt cron job

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Ubuntu Installation :: Netbook Crashed / Windows XP System Files Corrupted?

Sep 1, 2011

My HP Netbook crashed. The Windows XP system files corrupted and Windows absolutely will not run. I planned on using Ubuntu to recover it, and then install Ubuntu permanently to save it in the future. Before you ask, every other utility has failed on me. UBCD included, which did nothing but provide me with errors upon errors just trying to run it.

The netbook has no CD drive.The only internet around is a wireless signal... my netbook has a broadcom wireless card that is never recognized. I'm using someone elses working laptop to connect online and get things I need, make boot devices, research for help, etc.This laptop has barely any hard drive space. Currently it has 1 gb remaining for doing anything.I have three flash memory devices:2 gb SD card. My netbook refuses to recognize it as a boot device.2 gb flash stick (that's actually an mp3 player). My netbook refuses to recognize it as a boot device.512 mb flash stick. This DOES work as a boot device.

So far my 512 mb flash stick has run Damn Small Linux and Ubuntu Minimal on my netbook. Of course, both are useless because the netbook cannot access internet, nor does either OS recognize my wireless card. This flash stick is, obviously, too small for a regular Ubuntu installation or any other Linux distribution that can help (as far as I know).

So, in order for this to work, I have to be able to do one of the following:

Install Ubuntu from a different OS, like Damn Small Linux or something small enough to boot on my 512 mb stick. Ubuntu can be put on one of the other, larger devices, maybe to be accessed for installation. No idea how to do this, let alone safely.

Install Ubuntu Minimal OFFLINE. This question was asked multiple times on these forums and none were answered. Is there a way to run minimal, and use offline sources for the install?

Get the normal Ubuntu installer under 500 mb. Its overwhelmingly frustrating that I'm just barely unable to do this. I've read of Ubuntu Customization Kit, which ended up being lots of useless files and reams of gobbldegook. I've heard Ubuntu is packed with additional, nonrequisite software which makes it so large. Why can't there be a halfway version between normal and minimal?? Not everyone has internet and not everyone has a CD drive or large USB stick! Is there a way this can be accomplished? Does this version exist?

I have limited time and resources. Before you ask, no, I cannot afford a larger USB stick. I'm pinching pennies right now and there's nowhere near here that sells them anyway.

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Nov 12, 2010

16GB RAI've been running the Debian-based Proxmox VE on it for six months or so with no problems.Today I loaded Centos 5.5 x64. During a reboot, the file system crashed and fsck couldn't repair.I loaded it again, did all the updates, and loaded my applications. On about the third reboot, it crashed again and fsck couldn't fix it.I don't really know where to begin. I doubt seriously that any hardware has went bad since yesterday.

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Ubuntu :: SOS Crashed During Upgrade

Sep 1, 2010

My laptop crashed in the middle of upgrading from Hardy Heron to 10.04. Now I can't boot at all. It'll load grub and let me pick an older kernal which gives me a reasonably familiar shell or I can let it go to the latest and it gives me some strange shell with very limited commands.

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Jan 21, 2011

I cut paste sys folder, tmp folder, and many more folder to a backup storage place , after that folder icon and other icon converted into txt icon , i can make any folder but can't access, can't open storage, thrash disappear, terminal icon disappear, and also the application and places and system icons, after that someone suggested restarting may help but i can't restart it , so i unplugged the power wire and replugged it and restarted the system but it can't open , all things comes fail, and show INIT: "x" respawning too fast: disabled for 5 minutes. after each 5 mins this msg is repeating

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Ubuntu Servers :: LTS Upgrade Via SSH - Crashed ?

May 5, 2010

I have looked around a bit but I can't even get my head around what to do next.

I attempted to upgrade my headless Ubuntu server from 8.4 LTS to 10.4 LTS last night. I used screen so that I could reconnect because the update said that although SSH may crash, I should be able to get back on via port 9004. When I tried to get back on this morning I could not SSH in via port 22 or 9004, so I did the only thing that I felt that I had left--I rebooted. I have since had to dig out an old monitor and keyboard and put a head on it to try and get this problem resolved.

When I boot the computer, GRUB gives me the option of kernel 2.6.32-21-generic-pae, but when I pick that I get the following error and the Caps and Scroll lights on the keyboard just blink.

Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(0,0)I next have the option of kernel 2.6.32-21-generic-pae (recovery mode), but when I choose that option I get a screen full of time dated lines that do not make any sens to me and that same previous error message somewhere in the middle of it all.

If I try to boot to any of the old kernels, then I get a screen full of error messages and get dropped to an ash shell, BusyBox v1.13.3

Obviously the computer was in the middle of asking me something very important when I rebooted, but without being able to log in, I was never going to find out what that was. I guess I assumed that it wasn't a big deal because all of this was probably sorted out already as a possible chain of events on a headless server upgrade.

The bottom line is that my server no longer works and I do not have a clue as to how to get it up and going. If you have ever experienced this situation and have gotten through it or you actually do know something about this situation, please help me out.

My server is no longer headless, but I am now definitely clueless.

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Ubuntu :: System Crashed While Installing A Package

Mar 17, 2010

for some reason my system crashed while installing a package. Now I get this error every time I install/remove a package. I have tried re-installing, removing, forcing options, 'dpkg --configure -a', dpkg-reconfigure. Nothing has worked.


A package failed to install. Trying to recover:

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Dec 12, 2010

Is running fsck -f sufficient to ensure my data is OK? Heres what's happenedy system crashed during a gparted operation. I was pretty sure however, that the data was OK since given the size of the drive and the amount of data and were it was when it crashed, I figured the crash occurred while moving empty space.Bottom line is I think the data is OK, but I am wondering what else I can do to check it.When I first ran fsck after re-booting the system it said it was clean. I then did fsck -f and it found and fixed errors in phase 5 (group summary). Now when I run fsck -f I think it's clean?fsck from util-linux-ng 2.17.2e2fsck 1.41.12 (17-May-2010)

Pass 1: Checking inodes, blocks, and sizes
Pass 2: Checking directory structure
Pass 3: Checking directory connectivity


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Jan 7, 2011

My 10.04 system just crashed for 'no reason' .

Looking through the system logs the rtkit daemon was started up a bout a minute before the crash. Is there a better place to see if my system has been compromised? What should I look for?

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Dec 26, 2009

I was updating my F12 and the system crashed .. no idea why.. anyway I cannot boot anymore using the kernel, but I can boot using the ... now when I issue the yum update, the system says its up-to-date...is there any way to 'force' the yum to update the system again ?

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Jul 11, 2011

My system system suffers from frequent kernel panics, which I think are due to gnome-shell with the nVidia driver. (I see no panic message and nothing is logged, but I've enabled magic SysRq and it makes no difference.) Twice this has occurred during yum-update's install stage, which is making me wonder. Uum-update then complained about an unfinished transaction, so I ran yum-complete-transaction as suggested. I've also tried yum-clean-all and rebuilding the RPM database, suggested in other threads, but I'm still seeing the following errors on yum-update:

--> Finished Dependency Resolution
Error: Protected multilib versions: 1:cups-libs-1.4.7-3.fc15.i686 != 1:cups-libs-1.4.6-15.fc15.x86_64
Error: Protected multilib versions: libuuid-2.19.1-1.3.fc15.i686 != libuuid-2.19.1-1.2.fc15.x86_64
Error: Protected multilib versions: krb5-libs-1.9.1-5.fc15.i686 != krb5-libs-1.9-7.fc15.x86_64
You could try using --skip-broken to work around the problem
** Found 23 pre-existing rpmdb problem(s), 'yum check' output follows:
1:NetworkManager-0.8.9997-5.git20110702.fc15.x86_64 is a duplicate with 1:NetworkManager-0.8.9997-4.git20110620.fc15.x86_64
1:NetworkManager-glib-0.8.9997-5.git20110702.fc15.x86_64 is a duplicate with 1:NetworkManager-glib-0.8.9997-4.git20110620.fc15.x86_64
1:cups-libs-1.4.7-3.fc15.x86_64 is a duplicate with 1:cups-libs-1.4.6-15.fc15.x86_64
ibus- is a duplicate with ibus- More errors of that ilk.

I don't know where these 32-bit packages have come from this is an x86-64 system and the only x86-32 stuff I've intended to install is the Adobe flash plug-in. Also the later dupes are different 64-bit versions. I've tried "package-cleanup --cleandupes" as suggested in this thread: [URL]. It wants to remove the old versions, but also wants to remove packages that depend on them, including clutter, so I cancelled that. The first time round I was left with a barely usable system and had to reinstall, which I'd rather avoid, especially if this is going to be a regular occurrence. I'm not familiar with RPM (or kernel panics for that matter).

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Jun 3, 2010

My x window system just crashed . i can only log in through a non graphical interface. i logged in through root and was configuring my network settings . when again started my laptop after 2 hours it is giving me this problem.

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Jul 9, 2010

I was concerned about a number of duplicates reported by yum and was cleaning with package-cleanup (logged in remotely with ssh and vnc) when suddenly all the fonts turned to music and the system froze.

I had run F13 preupgrade as a test to see how it would go...(in case this is important) but had not rebooted yet...

Now when I boot I get the splash and the fedora droplet fills with white, though it gets progressively slower as it approaches the top. Eventually the infinite f appears but that's where it stays.

I have been able to boot to a live-usb stick w/F13. And after some shear panic, I discovered that the root partition is buried in lvm, in a 935 GB physical partition.

I have mounted the logical volume and dd if=/mnt/oldroot | gz > /ExternalBackupDrive/oldroot.gz

so that if I break things further there is a chance that I can get back to a working system.

Is it just that my bootloader doesn't know how to mount the lvm?

Where do I look for clues?

Is there a boot option that will let me follow the progress?

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Oct 3, 2010

Crashed System left at root @ maintenance shell. Below is the sequence after boot, with Exact Errors. How to Salvage important files from my crashed laptop hardware.
A) Via a Transfer to a USB stick in Terminal, would be ok
B) Via SSH through the router from the good laptop that is Preferably using Nautilus / GUI, Terminal also ok (less confident of my skill here)
C) Directly Fixing Laptop and being ably to use Nautilus / GUI to Copy Files to USB stick, localy

The result of some effort:
A) the USB stick is good but Can't get in to it from the crashed laptop
B) SSH: No luck I get: "Cannot display location "sftp://"" from the good Machine
C) at a lose here...

The Crashed Laptop is:
Ubuntu: 9.10
Linux: 2.6.31-22-generic
Gnome: 2.28.1
CPU: Intel Atom N280 @ 2GHz
NO: CD / DVD Drive
(USB Boot maybe possible? Have not made a Bootable Ubuntu USB Yet)

GNU GRUB Version 1.97~
Ubuntu, Linux 2.6.31-22-generic
etc / (& recovery mode)
Mini Ubuntu logo or splash screen

File-system checks are in progress sticks every time at 4%
init: mountall main process (418) terminated with status 3
#(it seem to count up every time I re try to boot ? (init: mountall main process (423)(429)(etc)
Mount of filesystem Failed.
A maintenance shell will now be started.
CONTROL-D will terminate this shell and re-try

I can navigate around but cant get the GUI up
root@Bi-Ji-Ben:~# nautilus
could not Parse arguments: Cannot open display:

A good USB stick reads & writes in another laptop running Ubuntu 9.10. When I connect the USB to the Crashed Machine it starts with:
"assuming drive cashe: write through", and hangs on this tell I press: "Ctrl+C"
In the crashed machine I can't seem to get into the USB anywhere that I think it should show up and trying to "mkdri" got me:
"Read only file system".

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Jul 15, 2011

I wasn't doing anything special on my computer (Ubuntu 11.04) when it just turned off. When I rebooted I was presented with BusyBox. I'm still pretty new to linux, but it appears that root is totally empty. Is there a way to view a log before the system crashed?

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Jan 23, 2011

I updated squeeze last night for the first time. It worked fine after 1st reboot last night. There was one reboot stalled at "hald" so I shut down and restarted. Worked ok 2nd time around

Today,upon login I got a string of taskbar notification (which I couldnt read as they all overlapped . I was able to see a kernel error message but couldnt report it (network was down) or save it (USB stick not recognised) Some programs worked, others didnt

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Aug 6, 2009

I was learning the bash shell, and playing around with scripts to remove files. I wrote a script, in ~/bin which read something like this: rm -dR $(ls $(~/Music2/*/* )) thinking that I would clear a bunch of worthless files from a test directory Music2. I was in ~/ when I ran the script - it did not act at all like I though and started removing all sorts of stuff. Hit ^C to no effect and then tried to shut it down, which it did in a really messed up way.

When I fired it back up it showed a long list of ext3 errors and at length came into a file system check which failed and dropped my into a shell. Looking in the home folders, everyone seems to be fine except my own - much of the personal stuff has been removed (not the end of the world) and I have this odd file called "Fedora Multi-Desktop" - which I had never seen before. Unfortunately I no longer have ~/bin or anything in it, thus I am not for certain that the above is exactly the script I ran as I can no longer look at it (if not it differs only in the -dR part, which perhaps was just -R)

So how do I get out of this one? Do I delete my user account (if so, how). Do I have to reload Fedora all over ?

Also - why did my script fail? Inside Music2 I had three directories - I thought it would open each directory in there, run a List on them and remove each one in the list so when it was done Music2 would have three directories in it, all of which would be empty. Clearly my test project failed!

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Fedora :: Crashed And Died ... System Is Recoverable?

Dec 13, 2009

I've been running Fedora 12 for a few weeks on a laptop, and was just starting to get things the way I like it ... and last night as I was trying to unlock the screen using the fingerprint reader (which had always previously worked) the system became unresponsive and there was nothing I could do but push the power button. Now it will not boot up, I get one cursor flash when it's at the grub stage and then the screen goes dark, there is no hard disk activity. He's dead jim.

I'm a bit gutted and would like to recover this system if I can, rather than install something else over the top. I booted using an ubuntu live cd and mounted the lvm, and got into the /var/log/messages. The last entries in there before it crashed and burned are as follows:


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Sep 18, 2009

I was running CentOS 5 with VMware Server on top of it. The system died and I'm trying to recover the VM images. The system died with a 'end_request: I/O error, dev' type message. It looks to me like the 2nd partition is wonky - is that correct? The GRUB portion does boot. I pulled the drive out and plugged it into my Ubuntu box to see if could get to the files. I ran 'fdisk -l' and found:

Disk /dev/sdb: 400.0 GB, 400088457216 bytes
255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 48641 cylinders


To me this shows the GRUB boot partition and the system drive - correct? Next I created a mount point and tried 'mount /dev/sdb2 /mnt/recover' At that point I get a

mount: unknown filesystem type 'LVM2_member'

Here's where I'm a bit lost. I believe I need to add filesystem support to my Ubuntu box. I've been looking but have yet to find something that says the default filesystem of CentOS 5 is <blah>. After I do find that info, how do I install the filesytem support to read the drive?

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Mar 2, 2010

How can i find a the process that crashed my linux system,

I only have the below information available.

from /var/log/messages
Mar 1 21:14:31 localhost kernel: fown: signal 29, pid 1211
Mar 1 22:00:17 localhost kernel: fown: signal 29, pid 1211
Mar 1 22:07:52 localhost kernel: fown: signal 29, pid 1211


Also I don't have kdump enabled.

I am assuming that this is due to overloading of the server.

This server runs an Oracle Database..

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