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SubjectRe: fsck out of memory
On Fri, 7 Feb 2003, Stephan van Hienen wrote:

> On Fri, 7 Feb 2003, Wim Vinckier wrote:
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> > I'm just wondering why you are using ext2 in stead of ext3 or reiserfs...
> i'm running ext3
> but crash was heavy enough for removing the journal info :(
>

I would really use fsck.ext3... I guess it will give a lot less errors...

> > I would still give it a try to boot my system without mounting the raid so
> > you just can wait untill the raid is synchronized. Once this is ready,
> i can mount the filesystem, but get errors on accessing some files
> so i prefer to run fsck on it (and restore the journal info)
>
> > you can check your raid. BTW, I had two fans blowing air over my
> > harddisks but I got the crash because I used the normal flat IDE-cable...
> > I suppose you really checked the heat of the disks?
> yes i did
>
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