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Re: failed fsck on boot

2009/5/1 明覺 <shi.minjue@gmail.com>
On Fri, May 1, 2009 at 1:02 PM, Umarzuki Mochlis <umarzuki@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm using Debian Lenny i386 on my desktop. After every few months, my
> computer would failed to boot properly (stuck on fsck). Then I need to enter
> recovery mode then manually run fsck. A friend suggested that this is caused
> by bad power supply. There are statics on the computer casing but I want to
> clarify with those who had similar experience.

I ever had experience a little similiar with yours, my debian system
crashed 3 times in 10 days, it was said to be caused by a harddisk
problem, but my harddisk is quit new, and windows installed in another
partition works fine. I think it might be caused by Samba and
Pidgin(with heavy network tranffic and frequent harddisk writes), i'm
not sure whether my guess is true. but for my new installations, i
didn't install samba, and disabled those accounts with heavy traffic
in pidgin, only kept accounts with normal traffic in pidgin.

The only program with frequent hard disk writes is deluge. I gues that explains no matter what OS I'm using since I'm always downloading files it will still happens. Any workaround?

> TIA.
> --
> Regards,
> Umarzuki Mochlis
> http://gameornot.net

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Umarzuki Mochlis

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