Firewall want boot
i Have firewall that suddenly stopped booting with following error on boot attached screen
KOM last edited by
It complains about a dirty shutdown and then fails to mount. You either have a bad disk or a whacked filesystem from the dirty shutdown. Hopefully you have a config backup?
Thanks for your answer :)
Yes, I do have backup, the firewall is in another country so I am waiting for ILO access to it to figure out what happen
is it usles to try fsck -y on system?
Gertjan last edited by
It is always usefull to run a fsck on a system.
At best, it finds nothing to do. Your disk is marked clean again and the system will boot.
At worst, it will tell you it could repair things and you know you won a trip to the local "new disk store".
The situation is pretty identical to what we have been seen the last two decades with a non-clean shutdown of a Windows PC. It's CHKDSK time ;)