Ubuntu :: Mount Fails Because Of Unexpected Inconsistency?

Oct 15, 2010

We are testing Ubuntu as the base for our products, we create custom Karmic installations (debootstrap + some extra packages) and then deploy our software, these systems can start in two different modes: "normal" and "read-only". We must say the system works quite well, but after some time, several systems are showing a common error: they don't start or fail showing an unexpected inconsistency for one of the partitions (every system has one hard disk with four partitions), the message refers to an unexpected inconsistency. When this error appears, a recovery console is started and I can run fsck and answer "yes" to its recommendations, after this the system runs again without errors. The problem is that this error can appear again at a random time and we need to avoid this "manual fixing" process, I've searched the web and found some references to a bug? in an early Karmic version: [URL]

Besides ALSA 1.0.23, we use only standard Karmic tools (all from the official repositories), we are running the latest kernel update available for Karmic, and don't know whether this inconsistency is caused by our software or by the system itself, or maybe because of incorrect shutdown?

At the moment, I'm setting a new test system using Lucid. Does anybody know if this is a "common" error in Karmic?

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General :: Unexpected Inconsistency Run FSCK Manually

Jun 8, 2011

RHEL 5.4. I'm facing the following error after rebooting the server:
/dev/VolGroup01/u04: UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY Run fsck Manually"
*** An error occurred during the file system check.
*** Dropping you to a shell: the system wil reboot
*** when you leave the shell.
give the root password for maintenance:

-Previously I performed a lvreduce command on a LV, after the lvreduce, I reboot the server.
-After login as root I run:
e2fsck -f /dev/VolGroup01/u04

But, it shows:
The filesystem size (according to the superblock) is 5218304 blocks
The physical size of the device is 1310720 blocks ...
either the superblock or the partition table is likely to be corrupt
abort<y>? no
pass 1: cheking inodes, blocks, and sizes
error reading block 1310722 (invalid argument) while doing inode scan
inore error <y>? y

-Additionally, trying to lvdisplay, it shows:
Locking type -1 initialization failed
I have no important data on that LV, but I can not boot the server properly.

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Jan 28, 2010

This question is an extension of previous posts in relation to my removable drives. I have an external usb/ide drives and cowon iAduio7 music player. The former is always connected and latter occasionally. The first drive to be recognized gets allocated /dev/sdc1 and /dev/hdd respectively. Until ten days ago I would simply mount them manually after each boot. Recently I added them to my fstab file. It's fine only for this error message on boot.

/dev/sdc1 unexpected inconsistency.
fsck died with exit status 4
failed (code 4)
Control-D to continue

I found the following on the net
If a device is not being mounted during boot, it may be b/c the driver for that device has not been loaded yet at the time that /etc/fstab is read (and thus the device is not active yet and doesn't get mounted). If you want to make sure it gets mounted during boot, you may need to take a look at the boot sequence for your distro and make changes as needed. Another thing you could try is adding a "mount" command of your own to one of your boot scripts. Most distros provide a file with a name like "rc.local" which gets executed late in the boot process and can be used to add your own custom commands to execute during boot. Firstly I want to know which script do you edit and does that mean I have to re-edit the fstab after creating the script.?

Here is my fstab:
[sudo] password for siawacsh:
# /etc/fstab: static file system information.
# <file system> <mount point> <type> <options> <dump> <pass>
proc /proc proc defaults 0 0
/dev/sdd /home/siawacsh/cowon vfat defaults
/dev/sdc1 /home/siawacsh/myhome ext3 defaults 0 3
/dev/sdb2 / ext3 errors=remount-ro 0 1
/dev/sdb1 none swap sw 0 0
/dev/scd0 /media/cdrom0 udf,iso9660 user,noauto 0 0
Remember sdc1 is the external drive, and sdd the music player.

I have attached the removable drives to directories mhyome and cowon.

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Jan 17, 2011

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However if I browse (using Gnome 2.32.0) my filesystem and check properties on home, it indicates contents of 124GB with 77.9GB available space. The 124 probably isn't far off from what's in there right now, but 124GB plus 77.9GB don't give me close to the 1.36TB that I should have. I have lots of backed up files to move to the new installation and they total a bit more than the 77.9GB indicated as available.

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Jan 3, 2011

I have two user accounts on this machine. This problem is particularly noticed when browsing the web in Google Chrome (though I'm not sure if this a Chrome-only problem, so I'm posting this here). My distro is Kubuntu, but all my user accounts use Gnome.

Basically, I have the same font and display settings set up on both user accounts, but the fonts are not showing up the same. I'm not sure if at some point a long time ago I did something on one account that I never did on another to change something, but either way I can't seem to find any difference in any of the settings, yet the display is still different.

This is easier explained with screenshots.

1st user account: [URL]

2nd user account: [URL]

Note how the fonts appear bold and not bold, note the different appearance of the (c) character on the webpage, and note the size of the "Google" image is different.

For Chrome settings, both are set at 100% zoom, so this is not an issue of scale. Both user accounts are also set at 1600x900 resolution. Notice that the Google Chrome fonts are both set exactly the same, as are the Gnome system fonts.

Does anybody have a clue what I'm forgetting to check here? I believe the 2nd user account is the correct one, and the 1st one is wrong, since it clearly looks uglier.

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Mar 14, 2010

i am very frustrated with my ubuntu system which is meant as a workstation-server. It seems to loose track of its drives every time I add diskspace.Now every other boot (it seems) it says (among other things: VFS: can't find ext3 filesystem on dev sdd5) drops me to a maintenance-shell and asks for the root password (whats that in ubuntu, the user password does not word) - so I can't log in. Ctrl-D sometimes works and it boots through or boots after warmstart by Ctrl-Alt-Del.

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May 12, 2011

So a few hours ago I opened up GPartEd from a live CD, and one of my operations was moving the /home partition up a little. In the process, it was changed from /dev/sda8 to /dev/sda7. Well upon the next boot, /home failed to mount. I edited /etc/fstab (and apparantly DropBox had just commented out the line that mounts /home so I have NO IDEA how /home was being mounted before) and still no dice. So every time I boot, I have to go to manual recovery and type mount /home before I can boot.

Is there some way I can mount /home without making a "git 'er done" script?

On a side note, Google Chrome has refused to open since the partition editing.

Oh, and, in case it is helpful, here's the contents of /etc/fstab:


# /etc/fstab: static file system information.
# <file system> <mount point> <type> <options> <dump> <pass>
proc /proc proc nodev,noexec,nosuid 0 0


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Aug 13, 2010

I want log in locally to my Lucid (10.04) workstation and have my code saved over the network on my samba account At work, all developers have samba user ids and when we were running Red Hat, we went thru the following procedure to get setup.

* open a shell session to NFS server and execute the "id" command to get my samba user information.


$> ssh l alberto our_nfs_server
$> id
uid=7090(alberto) gid=100(users) groups=100(users)

* Create locally a login on my Linux workstation with the same login and uid.


$>sudo useradd u 7090 g 100 d /home/alberto s /bin/bash alberto



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Feb 14, 2010

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dmesg | tail
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Page 1 (Scheduler not running?):
{'cups_connection_failure': False}
Page 2 (Choose printer):
{'cups_dests_available': [], 'cups_queue_listed': False}


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This happens in all the three DEs installed. If I exit a DE using CTRL+ALT+F1 to the command line the layout switches normally. So I guess something wrons is with DEs.

My /etc/default/keyboard file reads as follows:

Code: Select allXKBLAYOUT="us,ru"

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Jan 12, 2011

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For info, the server is running opensuse 10.3...
nas:~ # uname -a
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Jan 24, 2010

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One entry I have put in fstab results in the failure of a partition to be mounted at boot time. I get the message:

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As an aside, I can set an option in my BIOS to make the Master disk on the Primary IDE channel the first disk, rather than the second disk. Then the system boots from the MBR on this Primary IDE channel and boots only to WinXP. That works fine.

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Jul 16, 2011

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dmesg | tail
[ 292.424199] sd 2:0:0:0: [sdb] Result: hostbyte=DID_BAD_TARGET driverbyte=DRIVER_OK
[ 292.424208] end_request: I/O error, dev sdb, sector 65
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[ 301.371878] ===>rt_ioctl_giwscan. 1(1) BSS returned, data->length = 80
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Nov 20, 2010

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Here's the dir structure:
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Here's my shell script:
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usbfs on /proc/bus/usb type usbfs (rw)
/dev/sda1 on /boot type ext3 (rw)
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sunrpc on /var/lib/nfs/rpc_pipefs type rpc_pipefs (rw)

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[URL] ....

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[URL] ....

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[URL] .....

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