The most likely cause is a hardware problem. I suppose it could also be a filesystem error so it'll be worth running fsck against whatever filesystem contains /boot (don't forget to umoun... [by TrevorH]
on 03/07/2013 – Made popular on 03/07/2013
I am gettting below error while performing fsck.ocfs2 on one of storage LUN.
# fsck.ocfs2 /dev/mapper/360000970000292602789533032373032
[RECOVER_CLUSTER_INFO] The running cluster is using the o2cb stack
with the cluster name 610778768e91807b, but the filesystem is configured for
the o2cb stack with the cluster name 8de5344d749a9d08.
It seems there is some problem with my HDD in my satellite box. The box records to and plays video from the HDD, but occasionally it hangs (it was stable before). It's Linux version 220.127.116.11_stm24_0207, ext3 filesystem.
I wanted to check the filesystem using fsc.ext3 to be sure it's ok.
I have a relatively new install of Ubuntu 9.10. I have two hard drives /dev/sda1 & /dev/sdb1 both ext3. Today for the first time a filesystem check was run on /dev/sdb1 but it ran after boot instead of before. I thought filesystem checks had to run in read only mode, before the filesystem was mounted.
I am running full, native systemd. It always has an error during boot trying to mount my new, multi-device btrfs filesystem. There was no problem with mounting the filesystem when it resided on a single disk drive.When it fails, it allows me to enter my root password and have a console. In this console, I can successfully mount the btrfs filesystem.
I just compiled kernel 3.12.3 and it keeps giving me the above error. It then interrupts the boot process and says that an error occurred during the root filesystem check and I should do an fsck. This was just after the USB devices were scanned by the kernel.
I already tried booting with the install disc and running fsck.ext4. So, I don't think it's that.