Mike Burger wrote:
Do you know what was going on when the system crashed?
Try running xfs_check on the device containing /usr
send us the output.
It will give a lot of warnings if the FS in mounted but it might
give us and idea of what is going on.
the other option is to wade around with xfs_db but I really don't want
to getting into that just yet.
> Is your /usr supposed to be on a separate drive/partition, which might
> need to be mounted?
> On Sun, 29 Apr 2001, Lennert Buytenhek wrote:
> > After rebooting my workstation after yet another crash, /usr/sbin seems
> > gone.
> > [root@mara /]# ls -al /usr/sbin
> > total 0
> > [root@mara /]#
> > The /usr fs seems to have more strange corruption issues.
> > [root@mara /]# cd /usr/share
> > [root@mara share]# ls -d snd*
> > ls: sndconfig: No such file or directory
> > [root@mara share]#
> > Lots of stuff in /usr/share seems to be missing as well. Any ideas, before
> > I reinstall?
> > cheers,
> > Lennert
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Linux XFS core developer.