On Sun, 19 Feb 2017 09:37:04 +0200
Angelo Moreschini <mrangelo.fedora(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Thank you, Tim,
you explained very good.
I use HD SATA/64 MB cache
...so, the problem cannot depend by the setting the configuration.
Although this the error message :
ATA2:00: link is slow to respond....
ATA200: SRST failed (erro 16)
seem indicate that the HD is not recognized ...
I have to say that The computer boot regularly in Windows... But
windows is stored on other HD...
I think that I should check the HD healthy ? what tool I can use to
do it in safety mode?
For ext file systems, the standard tool is e2fsck, from the e2fsprogs
package. It has a man page, as does its configuration file.
I think the option you want for a non-destructive check is -c -c. So
e2fsck -c -c /dev/sd?
The partition should really be unmounted when you do this, but if you
can't you could set it read only
e2fsck -n -c -c /dev/sd?
When you are ready to fix it, if you find problems, you could use the
-p and -y options.
The package smartmontools installs the smartd daemon that monitors
hardware messages from the drive, and reports if issues are found, so
it is another option for you. The man pages describe how to configure