Rātapu, August 04th, 2013 | Author:

I ahau i te hiko pā o nui toku tūmau MD RAID ngohi. Pai atu i te kia te tūmau me te mea he katoa e ki raro i te tatari hoki ki reira te whakaoti i te fsck, I ahau mea whawhai ki waho o te ngohi nui kia taea e ahau te rere ā-ringa i te fsck.

Heoi, ka rere ā-ringa i te reira kite ahau i ahau kahore ara o te mohio pehea te tawhiti i me pehea te roa e tango i te reira ki te whakaoti. Ko rawa raruraru ki te taua ngohi nui tenei. Ki te rapu iti kitea e ahau i te pito o te tāpiri i te C-tawhā ka karanga fsck. Kihai i kitea e ahau i tenei i roto i te tuhinga Heoi: fsck –whakakitea āwhina kahore kōwhiringa taua.

Tahuri i te kōwhiringa ki te e ext4-motuhake, me te kupu whakaatu he bar i te ahunga whakamua maitai mahi ki te tohu ōrau. Ki te kitea te mōhiohio, hei utu mo “fsck –te tauturu ia” ranei “te tangata fsck”, whai koe ki te whai wāhi “fsck.ext4 –te tauturu ia” ranei “te tangata fsck.ext4”. 🙂

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2 Responses

  1. 1
    totedati 

    « I couldn’t find this in the documentation however »
    tino!? i see it right here in fsck man page:
    « -C [fd]
    Display completion/progress bars for those filesystem checkers (currently only for ext2 and ext3) which support them. fsck will manage the filesystem checkers so that only one of them will display a progress bar at a time. GUI front-ends may specify a file descriptor fd, in which case the progress bar information will be sent to that file descriptor. »

  2. 2
    Tricky 

    Man pages do change every now and again. 😉

    Ironically, on the system I happen to be logged onto right now, when I type “fsck –te tauturu ia”, it gives the version and nothing else. Le Sigh.

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