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02-03-2004, 02:47 AM
newbie Bash error messages
Hi:
I 've got a DVR39 with a monte'd 120GB drive running OS v4.0-01-2-240.
On every reboot, I am seeing the following in TeraTermPro serial conection:
Cleanup /dev/hda9 pass 1
ext2fs_check_if_mount: No such file or directory while determining whether
/dev/hda9 is mounted.
/dev/hda9 was not cleanly unmounted, check forced.
Inode 2052, i_blocks wrong 66 (counted=62). Set i_blocks to counted? yes

Inode 2062, i_blocks wrong 94 (counted=82). Set i_blocks to counted? yes

Inode 2050, i_blocks wrong 154 (counted=142). Set i_blocks to counted? yes

Inode 26628, i_blocks wrong 16 (counted=2). Set i_blocks to counted? yes

Fix summary information? yes

/dev/hda9: 150/32768 files (9.3% non-contiguous), 12460/131072 blocks
Cleanup /dev/hda9 pass 2
ext2fs_check_if_mount: No such file or directory while determining whether
/dev/hda9 is mounted.
/dev/hda9: clean, 150/32768 files, 12460/131072 blocks
/dev/hda9 is clean after pass 2
Mounting /var
/dev/hda9 on /var type ext2 (rw)
Cleaning up /var/mtab...
U
(none):/var/tmp$

This happens whether I choose reboot from the Tivo remote control or
if I type it in at the Bash prompt.
Does the above mean that the drive is not configured properly and has developed errors? Is this message equivalent to "Windows was not shut
down properly and Scandisk needs to repair errors on your drive?"
How can this problem be corrected?
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tommyw
02-03-2004, 06:23 AM
/dev/hda9 was not cleanly unmounted, check forced.


This happens whether I choose reboot from the Tivo remote control or
if I type it in at the Bash prompt.
Does the above mean that the drive is not configured properly and has developed errors? Is this message equivalent to "Windows was not shut
down properly and Scandisk needs to repair errors on your drive?"
How can this problem be corrected?


Yes, it's the equivalent of needing to run scandisk, and it shouldn't really be happening. Possibly, if you simply turn the power off. But not if you ask the machine to reboot itself. Don't know what's happening there. Sorry.