Hello, I have been having a problem on one of our linux boxes. it is running 7.2 with an ide hard drive. All has been running good for a couple of years now. Problem is that weekly, the machine needs to have e2fsck run to fix what its states as file system errors. Can anyone tell me if this could be a harddrive going bad or is the os causing this problem.
If the problem has occured over time, my money would be on marginal HW (not necessarily the drive... even though it would be prime candidate). Having said that, one should still look hard at the timeline
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