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I installed a RHEL 4 , i installed all the package, i checked it regularly for about a week and everything was fine, a few weeks later i got back ...
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- 02-08-2007 #1
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- Feb 2007
Many segmentation faults
next i shifted to memory, i doenloaded memtest and ran that too, i ended the test afte passing 18 standard tests.
my next suspect is the file system, here i am a bit carefull, i have tried solving a filesystem problem on lineux a long time ago and ended up loosing everything on that disk. apart from the /boot and swap partitions, all others are in LVM with ext3 filesystem.
what i want to find out is if i can safely run fschk on LVM and how, if not, how can i test if the filesystem is currupt and how do i repair it. if its not filesystem curruption, what else can be the problem? what does the open file descriptor message mean and how can programs and libraries that were working initialy start throwing up segmentation faults? i never reinstalled or upgraded the OS, what could have happed to the files? please help