Force Filesystem check
At boot-time the storage on the NetManager is checked. If the machine was shutdown properly, then the filesystems will be recognised as clean and so will not be checked. However, it is possible under extreme circumstances for a filesystem to be marked as clean, but still have some underlying inconsistencies.
For example, the filesystem may reported that it contains many more files than it really does:
netmanager 1# df -i Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Avail %Cap iUsed iAvail %iCap Mounted on /dev/raid0a 1015982 731422 233762 75% 127376 110 99% / netmanager 2# du -x / | wc -l 733
On this system, there are really 733 files in the / partition, but the filesystem statistics say there are 127376!
Hit RETURN to get to a # single-user command prompt. At the single-user command prompt, type:
This will rescan all filesystem and attempt to fix any problems. When the process is complete, type
reboot to re-attempt a normal boot.