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Error fixed via fsck but after reboot again left with some errors

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I have fix the disk errors sucessfully with the use of Fsck command from rescue mode on unmounted filesystem and did this sucessfully 3 to 4 times  but at last it again left with some errors.

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by:arnold
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What filesystem is in use?
The issue might be with a declining health of the hard drive. Use smartctl to check on the health of the drive.

This is the only suggestions I can make based on the information posted in the question.
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by:xterm
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Please paste the errors that remain.  The answer will depend on what is still broken.
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by:TobiasHolm
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As Arnold says it might be the hard drive that's about to die.

I suggest you to copy all data to a new drive and start using the new drive instead of the old one.

Regards, Tobias
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Hi friends thanks it was a known bug from redhat which is fixed in RHEL 6.5 Kernel upgrade. Thanks for your time
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Thank you all
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