#85 fsck-src-part leads to a bug

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2010-09-02
2010-09-02
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The following message appears after...
1) option -fsck-src-part added (in expert mode)
2) linux partition correctly saved (by partclone)

Not dev_ assigned in function fsck_partition

Why?

Note: DRBL stable version with Debian 5.0.5 64 bits.

Discussion

  • Steven Shiau

    Steven Shiau - 2010-09-04

    Could you please give more info? Especially the command in green after you start Clonezilla job on DRBL server.

    Steven.

     
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    Anonymous - 2011-05-20

    I support this bug. I get the same error when running the March release on the Ubuntu version. I only selected two additional options above the standard default -- remove hibernation and page files, and fsck partitions (because I have a dual boot Windows/Ubuntu installation). The imaging of the Windows partition completed successfully, but when starting the linux partition, it fails with this error. I'll give you the error when the current imaging process finishes.

     
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    Anonymous - 2011-05-20

    Okay, a temporary workaround is to not use the fsck option. If you do, clonezilla will likely default to dd on those partitions, as it can't recognise the filesystem. On my installation, it didn't like two of my partitions (sda5 and sda7). When I took off the fsck, it imaged them with dd, but then obviously warns me at the image check phase.

    My installation consists of Ubuntu Natty and Windows XP Pro. I do not use a DRBL server.

    Here's my command line:
    /opt/drbl/sbin/ocs-sr -q2 -c -j2 -rm-win-swap-hib -fsck-src-part -z3 -i 2000 -p true savedisk imagename sda

     

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