Finally had to backup, reformat, and restore… the btrfs fs was just damaged enough that almost everything worked.

Finally had to backup, reformat, and restore… the btrfs fs was just damaged enough that almost everything worked.

Finally had to backup, reformat, and restore… the btrfs fs was just damaged enough that almost everything worked.

But some times would kick back a error that I could get around. And somehow in all this my boot partition vanished after booting up the system.

So I had to remake the raid1 device and get a kernel and grub2 install. Have no tried re-booting to be sure it works.

There were some files lost in the backup, just wouldn’t read, but nothing a reinstall of that package shouldn’t fix.

But it’s late and I want to relax before I head off to bed, at least I have a usable system, so that’s off my mind.

#ubuntu #btrfs #fixed #hope

Now back to my regular schedule of just lurking about… 🙂

Author: gbierman

I am a Self-Employed Photographer and IT Tech currently living in Little Rock, Arkansas. My interests range from photography, technology, music, and reading.

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  1. I feel for you brother – I just went through a major file disk and it’s double backups fail last weekend. Nearly 70 hours of extreme stress until I was able to recover everything. Ubuntu saves the day!

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