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Re: Error reading block x (Attempt to read block...) (fwd)

 On Wed, 5 Mar 2008, Laura Conrad wrote: 

>>>>>> "Scott" == Scott R Ehrlich <[hidden email]> writes: 
>    Scott> Could I safely get away with booting from a CentOS 5 CD and performing 
>    Scott> a fsck with automatic system fixing to speed up the process, or do I 
>    Scott> need to be patient and just keep manually selecting Y for as long as 
>    Scott> it takes? 
> As long as you're always going to say "Y", just manually run "fsck 
> -y". 

I haven't run fsck in a few years, and never on a current RedHat-based 
distro, in this case, CentOS 5.   After the Error Reading/Force Rewrite 
prompts, what other questions might I be asked, to know if automatic yes 
responses are safe, or if I need to continue a manual check. 



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