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About FSCK on Panorama

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My customer use two M-100s. 

One is used to Panorama and another is used to log-collector.

I upgraded two M-100s from 6.0.9 to 6.1.10.

I used manual upgraded way because environment what can not access to internet.

1. panorama was upgraded to 6.1.0 manual.

2. panorama was upgraded to 6.1.10 manual

3. log-collector was upgraded to 6.1.0 manual. using 'device deployment' menu

4. log-collector was upgraded to 6.1.10 manual. using 'device deployment' menu


I tried to reboot 4 times on for two M-100s.

But there was no FSCK perfoming. never.

Uptimes were  over 380 days.

I expected M-100s must perform FSCK two times.


why did not M-100s perform FSCK?

Because log collector environment? or manual upgrade?


Please let me know it.



L6 Presenter

Hi...Did you attach a terminal to the console port and watch the bootup process?  There are system messages on the console that should provide information on success/failure.


Are the M100s working ok after the reboot?


Thanks for your attention.

They are working well. 


I was away from them. So I could not access to console port.

But they were boot up after 5 minutes.


Do you know how to check when they were done to perform FSCK last?

I just wonder whether there is a something cli command or not.

If there is the command, At next chance I will check when they perofomed FSCK last before rebooting.

I think I will need to make sure the days whether over 90 days or not.


> less mp-log raid.log

What message should I see in the log?

If ok, something like this:

Feb 11 10:36:51 DEBUG: Unmounting Disk Pair D (/dev/md4)
Feb 11 10:36:51 WARNING: Starting to check the file system integrity of the Raid Disk Pair D
Feb 11 10:36:51 ERROR: e4fsck 1.41.12 (17-May-2010)
Feb 11 10:36:51 DEBUG: 😧 clean, 20347297/61054976 files, 190167989/244189984 blocks (check in 2 mounts)
Feb 11 10:36:51 WARNING: Done checking the file system integrity of the Raid Disk Pair D
Feb 11 10:36:51 DEBUG: Mounting Disk Pair D (/dev/md4)

And also check with :
>show system raid detail
(But this you might very well know...)

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