When attempting to recover a corrupted file system an administrator runs the command fsck against the unmounted file system and receives the following error:
After confirming that the file system is not mounted, what should the administrator do next?
When attempting to recover a corrupted file system, the administrator should first confirm that the file system is not mounted. If the file system is not mounted, then the administrator should run the fsck command with the -F (force) flag. This will force the fsck command to check the file system for errors and attempt to fix them. Reference: IBM AIX v7 Administrator Specialty Study Guide (page 8-23).
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