FSCK at grub boot kernel command line

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bikashdas1
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FSCK at grub boot kernel command line

Post by bikashdas1 » 2018/11/24 15:17:37

Hi,
I want to do fsck check while booting. my centos, not booting and kernel panic error showing.

so how to use fsck in kernel command line to do a file system check. please do let me know as its urgent.

thanks in advance.

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Re: FSCK at grub boot kernel command line

Post by avij » 2018/11/24 15:25:13

You may need to use an installation .iso and boot it in rescue mode, then run fsck on the problematic partition.

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Re: FSCK at grub boot kernel command line

Post by TrevorH » 2018/11/24 15:54:55

I want to do fsck check while booting. my centos, not booting and kernel panic error showing.
What is the panic? fsck may or may not help, depending on what it is.
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