This wouldn't be the first time an SD card suddenly became read-only. –Mark Plotnick Dec 3 at 23:22 @MarkPlotnick No, and it is writable. Proceed anyway? (y,n) n [email protected]:~# sudo mke2fs -n /dev/sda4 mke2fs 1.42.3 (14-May-2012) Filesystem label= OS type: Linux Block size=4096 (log=2) Fragment size=4096 (log=2) Stride=0 blocks, Stripe width=0 blocks 13926400 inodes, 55694371 With this tutorial (very good indeed) I managed to get the folder lost+found really full of my files but it starts with # and I can not do anytinh g with Thanks a lot, Althouth it's a old post i thank you a lot, U save my life🙂. 98 evidex on March 9, 2012 said: Glad to help!😀 99 Firebrand on March http://netfiscal.com/unable-to/e2fsck-unable-to-set-superblock-flags-on-dev.html
The filesystem can be mounted and on casual inspection appears okay; it also works fine in the device, and that's the root filesystem (actually it turned out to be not quite thanks 101 Botas on May 24, 2012 said: Thanks a lot!! Has Darth Vader ever been exposed to the vacuum of space? I run Ubuntu 10.10 on my laptop, as it's too old and weak of a machine to handle newer Unity-enabled versions. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2282368
I would try the remaining backup superblocks, just in case. I'll try to list as much as I can anyway, in case it helps someone else out. Terminal won't even open, nor will anything else, though the mouse can still be moved and items can be clicked (with no visible results). Ubuntu_10.10: recovering journal fsck.ext4: unable to set superblock flags on Ubuntu_10.10 Ubuntu_10.10: ***** FILE SYSTEM WAS MODIFIED ***** Ubuntu_10.10: ********** WARNING: Filesystem still has errors ********** I tried a number of
What RAID are you using? 31 sunghost on December 28, 2010 said: Its an raid5 with 7disks of each 1,5tb. except about 0.02%, which is very good. Since it did this on the root partition, that may have been the kick needed to get past busybox and let the automatic check fix the home partition. Recovery Flag Not Set In Backup Superblock, So Running Journal Anyway Worth noting that after all of the above, there were some casualties, possibly a result of messing around a little too much with /dev/sda2; so far all I've found is that
Need access to an account?If your company has an existing Red Hat account, your organization administrator can grant you access. Posts: 19Joined: Wed Apr 03, 2013 2:57 pm by MrGibbage » Mon Dec 23, 2013 7:54 pm Can I get an assist on my one last question, please? No way to correct it. Thanks! 122 russ on August 21, 2013 said: thanks a lot!
yes fsck.ext4: unable to set superblock flags on /dev/sda1 [/quote][quote][email protected]:~# fsck /dev/sda1 fsck 1.41.4 (27-Jan-2009) e2fsck 1.41.4 (27-Jan-2009) /dev/sda1: recovering journal Superblock needs_recovery flag is clear, but journal has data. E2fsck: Bad Magic Number In Super-block While Trying To Open There is no file extension on the forcefsck file (double checked with directory opus).When booting, I don't see anything different. Not sure what that means, all I know is it didn't actually fix anything. That seems like a rouge permissions command, where you've accidentally changed the permissions on every file.
Posts: 19Joined: Wed Apr 03, 2013 2:57 pm by jojopi » Fri Dec 20, 2013 2:14 am DougieLawson wrote:If you've never set a root password you'll need to add "init=/bin/sh" instead navigate here After I booted i've received the following error message: fsck.ext3: unable to set superblock flags on /dev/hda9 Here is what I have tried so far: mke2fs -n /dev/hda9 fsck.ext3 -b
Now I decide to use alternate superblock as follows: (Repair filesystem) 6 #dumpe2fs /dev/MyGroup/LogVol00 | grep -i superblock To repair file system by alternative-superblock use command as follows: (Repair filesystem) 7 Though the unfortunate thing is, after all of that, I'm not sure what actually fixed things... If your raid isn't being detected, perhaps it's an issue with the other partitions/devices in the raid. Check This Out Join 78 other followers Meta Register Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress.com This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License.
Maybe give that a try? 29 sunghost on December 28, 2010 said: You mean instead of fsck.ext4 -p -b "blockid" /dev/md0 do fsck.ext4 -p -b "blockid" /dev/sdb and than the same How To Recover Superblock In Linux To be honest, I'm not too sure >.< 94 spets on February 4, 2012 said: Thanks for sharing. In any case, I hope REISUB will serve as some protection against future issues of the sort.
It would be worth giving those a shot. And afterwards we can't boot the system anymore. Recovery flag not set in backup superblock, so running journal anyway. Either The Superblock Or The Partition Table Is Likely To Be Corrupt Don't do sudo fsck -y /dev/yourhardisk made it worse I think. 118 Reynold PJ on May 23, 2013 said: My hard disk was not working after an unclean shutdown and fsck
Yes, definitely. Open Source Communities Comments Helpful 2 Follow Why fsck fails with "unable to set superblock flags"? My advice would be to backup the data on your raid, rebuild it, and copy back your data. this contact form In that case, subsequent runs should fix more, until e2fsck is happy with the filesystem.Or it might always stop at the same point, recovering the journal:Code: Select allbackup.copy.img: recovering journal
I upgraded from ext3 to ext4 and after fsck the mountpoint for /boot was marked as corrupt. Code blocks~~~ Code surrounded in tildes is easier to read ~~~ Links/URLs[Red Hat Customer Portal](https://access.redhat.com) Learn more Close Debian Bug report logs - #796910 Fails to repair "Superblock needs_recovery flag It also says that the volume has the same errors and fixes them again? Rockets are loud.https://astro-pi.org Raspberry Pi Engineer & Forum Moderator Posts: 1588Joined: Thu Jul 11, 2013 2:37 pm by MrGibbage » Fri Dec 20, 2013 11:55 am Disk image has been
It's a program used for recovering drive partitions, where the data has been formatted. Is there a non-medical name for the curve where index finger and thumb meet? Side note: I can mount /dev/sda1 and read my files. asked 6 years ago viewed 4745 times active 4 years ago Blog Stack Overflow Gives Back 2016 Developers, Webmasters, and Ninjas: What’s in a Job Title?
But I would rather spend my Christmas holiday playing with my daughter than rebuilding this.So, based on the screenshots and console messages pasted above, how would I get back into the Adv Reply June 14th, 2015 #3 Geo_Ragusa View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date May 2015 Beans 4 Re: fsck.ext4 unable to set superblock yes e2fsck: unable to set superblock flags on scratch and also with a backup superblock: # e2fsck -f -y -b 4096000 /dev/sdb1 e2fsck 1.42.13 (17-May-2015) Superblock needs_recovery flag is clear, but Autocad, Rhino 3D, EASE, Visio and spreadsheets.
Take a copy of f:/cmdline.txt as f:/cmdline2.txt (belts and braces mode).