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Re: Fsck errors at boot, but boots anyway

Op Mon, 07 Sep 2015 13:23:03 -0500, schreef Sam Smith:

> Hello,
> I've been getting some strange fsck errors for over a year now on my
> Debian 8 workstation. See photo: http://tinyurl.com/otzxebh Ignore the
> softreset errors. I can't really remember when the issue started, but it
> was sometime after I upgraded to using systemd. I kept thinking it was a
> bug and would fix itself, but apparently not.
> As the photo shows /dev/md_d1 (a partitionable raid5 array) is brought
> online, hangs for about 10 seconds, displays fsck: error 2 while
> executing fsck.ext3 for /dev/md_d1p1 followed by error code 8
> (operational error)
> Then the systemd-fsck runs next and completes fine and the system boots.
> So is this some conflict between util-linux and systemd? All my
> filesystems are ext4 by the way.
> Another issue is when a fsck actually does run, systemd doesn't display
> the output, the screen just hangs for 20 minutes or so which to the
> unknown user, they may reboot the machine and screw stuff up. Is that
> just the nature of systemd or is there a fix?
> I tried googling all these issues but really couldn't get anywhere.
> Thanks,
> Sam

Are you sure your disk(s) are ok?
Have you run a manual check? Maybe boot from a live cd and do the check 
from there. 1 of the disks may be getting faulty. I would first check 
that before chasing the possibility of systemd causing this.


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