after a system crash, I had a problem with ext4 that e2fsck didn't fix. I
don't know if e2fsck or ext4 was wrong. In the end, I had to remove the
broken directory, which succeed and solved my problem.
These are the steps I did:
01 % e2fsck -fy /dev/root
02 % dumpe2fsck -x /dev/root
03 % e2image -r /dev/root
04 % apt-get install
05 % dmesg
06 % dumpe2fs -x /dev/root
07 % e2image -r /dev/root
08 % e2fsck -y /dev/root
09 % dumpe2fs -x /dev/root
10 % e2image -r /dev/root
11 % apt-get install
12 % dmesg
I've put the output and images of all these commands at
<http://alioth.debian.org/~jo-guest/ext4/>. I hope they help you somehow.
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I would like to ask, if there was any result from this issue? Did you
found a bug in e2fsck?
< Mr X.> jo: contact an admin to mount it for you
< jo> The admin is not, well how should I say it, he isn't very familiar with
the system. What should I tell my admin, what he should do?
< Mr X.> taking a sun solaris administration course.