My CentOS 5.3 is mount second SATA hard disk(2TB) that connect via SATA-IDE adapter and found problem on ext3 filesystem go read-only after disk usage on disk reach ~700 GB. What is can cause the p... [by dsv2]
I've followed these steps to set up an encrypted USB hard disk on Lubuntu 13.10, and these to unlock it with a keyfile instead of a passphrase. I now have a disk /dev/disk/by-uuid/32f692ec-e22c-49d3-b6cf-f90e605a5b48 which is the raw encrypted device, /dev/backup/backup which is the plaintext disk, and /mnt/backup where the filesystem is mounted.
i have centos 5.x server operating system.
my sata disk is full and file system (ext3) goes read-only.
i run FSCK than after filesystem is corrupted
i dont see anything (files or folder) ls command
"cd /var/lib/mysql" command worked but i dont see folder, file names
Today i started having a weird problem with my external usb disk, i copied some files to it, and the first bunch copied without a problem, but then it unmounted itself halfway through, and now everytime i try copying something to it it starts copying the file but then it unmount s itself at middle of copying it (usually at exactly 64,4 megabytes for some reason).
I have WIN XP partition on my PC. It is used from time to time, but I need access to one particular EXT3 formatted Linux filesystem in read/write mode.
Sourceforge offers Ext2Fsd. Nice, but it works in read/write mode only with EXT2 filesystem type. Operating on EXT3 formated cause from time to time damage of EXT3 filesystem during access it to write mode.