The Linux operating system is supposed to be the very frequently updated operating system one of its counterparts. Aside from this fact, for its innovative technology and attributes, a high number of consumers favor Linux. However, in Linux, the consumer can’t get everything preloaded like Windows. There’s an exceptional control for every functioning in Linux and by the very long list of frequently used controls, the ‘bracket ‘ command allows the operating system to find out about the file system and lists from the file system hierarchy of their pc, allowing us get into the particular drives. But from time to time, the’ ‘bracket ‘ control fails to operate as well as the OS cannot have the ability to learn the forces causing the inaccessibility of those. In these cases of information loss or inaccessibility, linux data recovery can help you regain your precious data back.

There may be a potential file system corruption, and this has directed this unexpected behaviour of this Linux system after the collapse of this ‘bracket ‘ command. The ‘fsck’ is a built-in command-line utility in Linux operating system, which assesses the consistency of the file system and repairs exactly the same, even if finds any malfunction. After the aforementioned scenario falls, if you attempt to mount the drives with the ‘fsck’ control, you might encounter a few more error messages. The error messages could be read as below:

“[/ / dev/mapper]fsck -a /dev/mapper/mpath0p1 fsck 1.35 (28-Feb-2004) ext2fs_check_if_mount: Input/output mistake when determining whether /dev/mapper/mpath0p1 is mounted. ”

OR

“fsck.ext2: Bad magic number in super-block whilst attempting to open /dev/mapper/mpath0p1 /dev/mapper/mpath0p1: The superblock couldn’t be read or doesn’t describe a correct ext2 file system. If the device is valid and it really includes an ext2 file system (and not swap or ufs or something else), then the superblock is corrupt, and you might try running e2fsck with an alternate superblock: e2fsck -b 8193”