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How to fix your Debian file system with fsck

Today my server is suddently report with file system error (ext4) after reboot. Some partition is not able to mount automatically and require for fsck. Here are some simple sharing about how to fix it safely. More here

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    […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Dave Roger, Emerson Cortez, Muhammad Shoaib, kCire, César Espino and others. César Espino said: RT @debian: (debian-news.net) How to fix your Debian file system with fsck http://tinyurl.com/26f5jsb […]

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