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If the adjustment does not fix the error, use find to track down the problem file and delete it:
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# find / -mount -inum 4 -ls
The problem file should be in the lost+found directory for the partition in question (in this case, /lost+found). Having duplicate inodes can also create a problem:
** Phase 1 - Check Blocks and Sizes 314415 DUP I=5009 345504 DUP I=12011 345505 DUP I=12011 854711 DUP I=91040 856134 DUP I=93474 856135 DUP I=93474
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This problem is often encountered in systems using Solaris 2.5 and 2.6, although the problem is not usually seen in systems running Solaris 7, 8, or 9; an upgrade may correct the problem.
Command Reference
The following command is typically used to manage volumes and file systems.
mount
The mount command, executed without any options, provides a list of all mounted file systems:
# mount / on /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0 read/write/setuid/intr/largefiles/onerror= panic on Tue Jul 10 09:10:01 2001 /usr on /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s6 read/write/setuid/intr/largefiles/ onerror=panic on Tue Jul 10 09:10:02 2001 /proc on /proc read/write/setuid on Tue Jul 10 09:10:03 2001 /etc/mnttab on mnttab read/write/setuid on Tue Jul 10 09:10:04 2001 /tmp on swap read/write/setuid on Tue Jul 10 09:10:05 2001 /export/home on /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s7 read/write/setuid/intr/largefiles /onerror=panic on Tue Jul 10 09:10:06 2001
The mount command has several options, which are described next. These can also be used to specify mounting options in /etc/vfstab.
Specifies to continue to attempt mounting in the background if mounting initially fails. Useful for mounting NFS volumes where the server is temporarily unavailable. The default is fg, which attempts to mount in the foreground. Specifies that hard mounting will be attempted, where requests to mount are continually sent. The alternative is soft, which just returns an error message. Allows keyboard commands to be used during mounting. To switch this off, use nointr. Enables support for large file systems (those greater than 2GB). To remove support for large file systems, use the nolargefiles option. Allows a log of all UFS transactions to be maintained. In the event of a system crash, you can consult the log and verify all transactions. This virtually eliminates the need to run lengthy fsck passes on file systems at boot. The default option is nologging, because logs occupy around 1 percent of file system space.
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Prevents access timestamps from being touched on files. This significantly speeds up access times on large file systems with many small files. Permits a file system s properties to be modified while it is still mounted, reducing downtime. Specifies the number of attempts that should be made to remount a file system. Specifies that the file system is to be mounted as read-write. Some file systems, however, are read-only (such as CD-ROMs). In such cases, the ro option should be specified (writing to a read-only file system is not physically possible). Permits set user ID applications to be executed from the file system, while nosuid prevents set user ID applications from executing. This is an important feature that can be used to prevent misuse of SUID by ordinary systems users. It overrides the suid bit on files.
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