- extract a JFS fsck service log into a file and/or format
and display the extracted file
] [ -e device
] [ -f
] [ -p
] [ -V
with option -e device
extracts the contents of
either the most recent or immediately prior (specified with option -p
JFS fsck service log from the specified device, and writes the output to a
file. The file name may be specified with the -f
option, or the default
file name is <pwd>fscklog.new
. If the -p
option is used,
the default file name is <pwd>fscklog.old
with option -d
formats and displays the contents of
the extracted file.
with options -d
and -e device
and displays the JFS fsck service log.
- Format and display a previously extracted JFS fsck service
- -e device
- Extract the JFS fsck service log from device and
store it in a file. (device is the special file name corresponding
to the actual device from which the fsck log will be extracted (e.g.
- -f file.name
- Specify the file name, overriding the default file name.
When used with -e device, file.name specifies the name of
the file into which the JFS fsck log will be extracted. When used with
-d, file.name specifies the name of the extracted file whose
contents will be formatted and displayed.
must be 127 characters or less in length.
will be created in the present working directory unless it is
- Extract the prior log (as opposed to the most recent
- Print version information and exit (regardless of any other
Extract the most recent JFS fsck log on /dev/hda5 into
- jfs_fscklog -e /dev/hda5
Extract the most recent JFS fsck log on /dev/hdb3 into
- jfs_fscklog -e /dev/hdb3 -f /temp/l9651107.log
Display the JFS fsck log that was extracted into /temp/l9651107.log
- jfs_fscklog -d -f /temp/l9651107.log
Extract and display the previous JFS fsck log from /dev/hda8:
- jfs_fscklog -e /dev/hda8 -d -p
If you find a bug in JFS
please report it via the
bug tracking system ("Report Bugs" section) of the JFS project web
Please send as much pertinent information as possible, including any
error messages and the complete output of running
with the -v
option on the JFS device.
Barry Arndt (email@example.com)
is maintained by IBM.
See the JFS project web site for more details: