Unable to mount / fsck a drive
I have a server with CentOS installed on it. The OS somehow stopped working and is said to have a kernel panic.
Now i'm accessing that hard disk from a secondary hard disk. The fdisk -l command gives the following:
When I try to mount it, I says: Wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sdb2
If you notice, sdb1 could be mounted without any issue.
I wated to fix it using the fsck command but it won't work:
I tried e2fsck -b 8193 but it does not work ..
I seems like fsck will not be forced to use ext3 filesystem and it expects ext2. I read somewhere that it uses the values stored in fstab. The content of fstab file is shown here:
I have very important data on that drive and I can't lose them in any way.
I would appreciate if you please help me to find a solution for this drive.