Ext3 Error due to Journal File Corruption

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http://www.ubuntux.org – Most of the Linux file systems, including ext3, support file system journaling and thus are less prone to corruption. But as all problems can’t always be ruled out, a Linux volume can get corrupt for multitude of reasons. Though you can delete the corrupted volume and resolve such issues, but Linux Data Recovery is always a primary concern for all data preserving users. Here is one of the problems that a Linux user can experience when mounting a volume. Consider you are a Linux user. You successfully shutdown your computer, but the next time when you try to boot the computer, it do (Distributions)