>> Once you get it unmounted (check that other processes are not using
>> it, you may need to switch to init level 2 or even 1...
>> Anyway, once it is unmounted, you should use:
>> xfs_check /dev/md5
>> and then try
>> xfs_repair /dev/md5
>> If you need to reboot to umount the volume, you may need to mount it
>> once and then umount it to make sure that the journal (log) is
>> replayed before doing the xfs_repair.
>> You can see some scripts I have that do this "automatically" for my
>> servers using rebooting into LILO to even handle the "/" mount at
> Thanks. I will try umounting again and follow your steps after hours.
> This is a production server 8(
> I'm just wondering, won't Linux (Mandrake 9.2) do fsck automatically?
> After each reboot, I do see that it complained system not shutdown
> properly, press Y to force check. I press it. System scans some
> stuffs then repairs. I still see data corruptions 8(
One funny thing, some folders are still viewable after initial stall.
Eventually all folders would be not viewable. Anyone seen this?