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issue on reboot, file system won't mount
seeing htis issue:
thing is there is no SDC volume. there's SDA, SDA1 and SDA2 reflecting the primary drive in the system. if i put in the root password I can see all the data, everything looks fine.
how would i go about fixing this?? system just reboots over and over.
Go ahead and do what it says to do: Enter in your root password. That will drop you to single-user mode, and then you can run fsck on the device manually by typing fsck -fp /dev/sdc1.
When you do that, just say Y or whatever option allows you to fix it. If the drive itself isn't damaged, that should take care of things for you.
thanks dexqt - but that sthe issue! there is no SDC drive at all, there's only an SDA on the server which has two partitions SDA1 and SDA2. SDB/SDC don't exist.
Then when you're inside the shell, type mount which will display all file systems currently mounted, then do umount /dev/sdc1 followed by any other devices that you're unaware of or are not currently using.
Is this a managed VPS? if so I'd suggest submitting a ticket or emailing support and see what they have to say, as you didn't state it was a VPS which changes things slightly. Either way try catting /proc/mounts and see what that gives you.
i run the host machine so i can do whatever it takes
right now i'm trying to add two additional volumes, seeing if i can make it re-identify SDC1.
proc/mounts didn't mention SDC at all...
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