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I found the following in dmesg and I am wondering what I can do to fix it:
EXT4-fs (snumbd1d): group descriptors corrupted!.
Will I need to take the server offline in order to recover the file system or is it possible to do it without taking the server offline?
EXT4-fs (snumbd1d): ext4_check_descriptors: Checksum for group 128 failed (22619!=896) EXT4-fs (snumbd1d): group descriptors corrupted! snumbd_open_blk(blkid,65537): Disable access (515,210331,210331)... snumbdctl_release(mms,223881): OK s=ffff88001f1ea000 snumbdctl_open(mms,223881): OK s=ffff88001f1ea000 session_init(mms,223881): OK. kdev=fc:1, len=16351232 sect=512 s=ffff88001f1ea000 pgrp=(210331). snumbd_open_blk(blkid,65545): Disable access (515,210331,210331)... snumbd_open_blk(udisks-part-id,65546): Disable access (515,210331,210331)... snumbdctl_release(mms,223881): OK s=ffff88001f1ea000
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