corrupted Linux system after “fscking” a mounted system

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http://www.linux.com – In the Linux operating system, fsck is a useful utility that scans the file system for consistency and integrity and on finding errors repairs them. It usually runs automatically at the time of startup if the system detects that the file system is in an inconsistent state. This utility runs both in interactive and non-interactive mode. Although this utility is pretty useful, at times it may backfire as well. For example, if you run fsck on a mounted Linux system then it could leaRead More... (General)