If you have a system without the /etc/mtab file or if you explicitly define source and target for the remount command (then mount(8) does not read /etc/mtab), then you have to How safe is 48V DC? Reply Link Ggunzelman April 19, 2011, 5:17 pmI cannot figure this out. Sorry for the data dump, I just tried to include anything that could yield clues. http://sonoportal.net/read-only/cannot-touch-read-only-file-system-nfs.html
Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Two-headed version of \Rightarrow or \implies Can variation ratio ever be 0? That's why you're getting complaints: # mount /mnt/1/lala /mnt/2 -o bind,ro mount: warning: /mnt/2 seems to be mounted read-write. I am root, and the permissions look normal. http://askubuntu.com/questions/266676/filesystem-is-read-only-even-though-mount-lists-it-as-rw
I am guessing it might be hardware-related... Do we have "cancellation law" for products of varieties Drawing a torso with a head (using \draw) more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy Thanks a ton fella! –shramee Aug 28 at 5:05 add a comment| up vote 16 down vote The answer by hexafraction didn't work for me. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the
Kindly required your advice's for what can cause for the issue even we change the HDD.Thanks ! Reply Link Ram Mohan January 17, 2011, 10:50 amedit fstab, try ext3 with mount options errors=continue,barrier=0 for / reboot and see… Reply Link Benjamin May 4, 2014, 1:45 amThanks.That's what I The behavior can be seen using strace on an older and a newer mount: Old: mount("/tmp/test/a/d", "/tmp/test/b", 0x222e240, MS_MGC_VAL|MS_RDONLY|MS_BIND, NULL) = 0 <0.000681> New: mount("/tmp/test/a/d", "/tmp/test/b", 0x1a8ee90, MS_MGC_VAL|MS_RDONLY|MS_BIND, NULL) = 0 Mount: Cannot Remount Block Device /dev/mapper/ Read-write, Is Write-protected Are there continuous functions for which the epsilon-delta property doesn't hold?
Reply Link Greg March 20, 2008, 4:20 pmThis is a bug in the Linux kernel. Block Device Is Write Protected Mounting Read Only Linux share|improve this answer edited Jun 17 '15 at 8:27 notpeter 29128 answered Feb 17 '14 at 15:44 Bibhas 381314 Thank you for this answer. Thanks for sharing the info. http://www.centos.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=13798 Top sickpuppy Posts: 7 Joined: 2009/07/17 12:26:13 Re: filesystem became read-only Quote Postby sickpuppy » 2009/07/17 13:41:13 Awesome, thanks!
Great I fixed my OS.Thank Alot.Regards, Reply Link joseph September 27, 2009, 11:23 amTo become Read-only is much better than damaging the filesystem. Mount /dev/sda Is Write-protected Mounting Read-only Why does the size of this std::string change, when characters are changed? a bind mount. Reply Link olumba July 20, 2014, 4:27 ammount -o remount / works for me too, thanks man, you saved my life!!!
Reply Link Santhosh October 1, 2010, 9:41 amHi Greg, As you told "This is a bug in the Linux kernel and it is fixed in kernels as of 2.6.22", I would Your filesystem /dev/sda1 was mounted (I'm guessing at /). Mount: Cannot Remount Block Device Read-write, Is Write-protected I was commonly seeing it in CentOS 5 virtual machine running on VMWare. Linux Read Only File System Fix I spent the last four hours trying to figure out why I always ended up in a readonly mode when boot failed.
View Responses Resources Overview Security Blog Security Measurement Severity Ratings Backporting Policies Product Signing (GPG) Keys Discussions Red Hat Enterprise Linux Red Hat Virtualization Red Hat Satellite Customer Portal Private Groups http://sonoportal.net/read-only/cannot-unset-read-only-windows-7.html Also, any ideas on what might cause a filesystem to become read-only all of a sudden? dmesg | grep "error" gave me: ext3-fs (sda2): error: couldn't mount because of unsupported optional features (240) ext2-fs (sda1): error: couldn't mount because of unsupported optional features (240) ext4-fs (sda2): mounted To change this so that the drive remains read/write: 1. Is Write-protected Mounting Read-only Cifs
Why is Professor Lewin correct regarding dimensional analysis, and I'm not? The first command stores the 'bind' flag to the /etc/mtab file and the second command reads the flag from the file. And when it takes the partition for recovery then does it record the same time and after it is completed then does it push to disk with the same timestamp? http://sonoportal.net/read-only/cannot-touch-read-only-file-system.html Therefore we are running fsck to remove bad blocks from the disk.
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If it is your root disk it will always show "not clean" as it is mounted read/write. Package tabu: changing row color changes spacing? sudo: unable to open /var/lib/sudo/kuplack/1: Read-only file system fsck from util-linux 2.20.1 –Mark Kramer Dec 8 '13 at 21:47 But... -M will skip mounted file systems, including /dev/sda1 (or Linux Read Only File System Remount Reply Link ARAO December 6, 2011, 11:08 amReally Really it was of great use (mount -o remount /) ..Thanks :-) Reply Link coyote June 13, 2011, 12:13 amhi thanks man, this
Red Hat Account Number: Red Hat Account Account Details Newsletter and Contact Preferences User Management Account Maintenance Customer Portal My Profile Notifications Help For your security, if you’re on a public This is the only thing that had actually worked –Joshua Robison Nov 9 '14 at 6:27 3 -M means not to do mounted filesystems. Edit: Don't forget the -M on the command-line. his comment is here Hacks can allow all sorts of stuff, including things that don't make much sense.
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