CentOS boot problem

GargGarg Purveyor of Lincoln Nightmares Icrontian
So, I'm a server admin since there's a server on my desk at the new job. We had to power it down to move it, and now on boot, it's complaining about a file system check (see attached).

/dev/sde was the 3TB external USB hard drive, but now it seems to be /dev/sdc. Here's what the devices looked like before powering down:
$ df -h
Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
                       50G   18G   32G  36% /
tmpfs                  12G  460K   12G   1% /dev/shm
/dev/sda3             485M  135M  325M  30% /boot
                       58G  966M   54G   2% /home
/dev/sdb2             1.8T   19G  1.6T   2% /media/cuuats.data2
/dev/sdb1             1.9T  195M  1.8T   1% /media/cuuats.data
/dev/sdc               50G   18G   32G  36% /
/dev/sdd               50G   18G   32G  36% /
/dev/sde               50G   18G   32G  36% /
/dev/sde              2.7T  2.7T     0 100% /media/extBU
Running e2fsk on /dev/sde just repeats the no such file or directory error.

Hitting Ctrl-D to boot results in a boot loop during the CentOS loading bar.



  • Woah... why are you attempting to mount four separate drives to root (/)? That's your first problem. There should only be one drive per mount point.

    What is the exact error message you're getting on boot?
  • BobbyDigiBobbyDigi ? R U #Hats ! TX Icrontian
    Closed due to double post. I'll let a high up delete if that is what needs to happen.

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