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[suse-security] fs corrupted - permissions altered
My nightmare : one of our programmers accidently has "chown (as root) * -R".
Hardware problems shuted down the box during the night and this morning the
machine won't boot. I had tried several things :
1. normal reboot does an normal fs repair, then it hangs on "unable to mount
/proc - only root can do that". The next reboot will eventually pass this
phase but will stop on "init : runlevel 6 respawn too fast disabling for 5
minztes" and again and again.
2. boot in rescue mode - can't mount file system, anywhere (i figured now
that HD devices are in RAID mode).
What should i do. I am not that experienced with RAID and although i can
handle an rescue environement this situation is above my skill i fear.
Help will be much appreciated.
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