ran chnfsmnt on jfs and now fsck says unknown filesystem type
Env: 3.2.5 SP2
Desc: Customer had run the chnfsmnt command on some local jfs
filesystems. When he mounts a filesystem , df shows that the
normal usage is there, but when he cd's into the directory,
there is no information there.
Fsck gives there error:
"fsck: Not a recognized file system type."
Act: Customer ran the chnfsmnt command on some local jfs filesystems.
This will corrupt the entries in /etc/filesystems so that
/etc/filesystems thinks the journaled filesystems are
We varyied off the Volume Group and exported it. This did not
clear the entries in the filesystems file which further shows
the entries are bogus.
The quickest fix for this is to edit /etc/filesystems and
take out all the entries for the filesystems with the
problem and then run "imfs VGname" for each Volume Group
with filesystems with the problem.
Support Line: ran chnfsmnt on jfs and now fsck says unknown filesystem type ITEM: BK7053L
Dated: June 1996 Category: N/A
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