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<The ACL index inode>
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Located in e2fsck/message.c:151
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internal error: can't find dup_blk for %u
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Located in e2fsck/pass1b.c:566 e2fsck/pass1b.c:703
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internal error: couldn't lookup EA block record for %u
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Located in e2fsck/pass1b.c:765
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The @S could not be read or does not describe a correct ext2
@f. If the @v is valid and it really contains an ext2
@f (and not swap or ufs or something else), then the @S
is corrupt, and you might try running e2fsck with an alternate @S:
e2fsck -b %S <@v>

@-expanded: \n
@-expanded: The superblock could not be read or does not describe a correct ext2\n
@-expanded: filesystem.  If the device is valid and it really contains an ext2\n
@-expanded: filesystem (and not swap or ufs or something else), then the superblock\n
@-expanded: is corrupt, and you might try running e2fsck with an alternate superblock:\n
@-expanded:     e2fsck -b %S <device>\n
@-expanded: \n
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Located in e2fsck/problem.c:121
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@S has an @n ext3 @j (@i %i).
@-expanded: superblock has an invalid ext3 journal (inode %i).\n
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Located in e2fsck/problem.c:187
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Ext3 @j @S is unknown type %N (unsupported).
It is likely that your copy of e2fsck is old and/or doesn't support this @j format.
It is also possible the @j @S is corrupt.
@-expanded: Ext3 journal superblock is unknown type %N (unsupported).\n
@-expanded: It is likely that your copy of e2fsck is old and/or doesn't support this journal
@-expanded: format.\n
@-expanded: It is also possible the journal superblock is corrupt.\n
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Located in e2fsck/problem.c:212
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Ext3 @j @S is corrupt.
@-expanded: Ext3 journal superblock is corrupt.\n
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Located in e2fsck/problem.c:220
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@S doesn't have has_@j flag, but has ext3 @j %s.
@-expanded: superblock doesn't have has_journal flag, but has ext3 journal %s.\n
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Located in e2fsck/problem.c:225
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@S has ext3 needs_recovery flag set, but no @j.
@-expanded: superblock has ext3 needs_recovery flag set, but no journal.\n
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Located in e2fsck/problem.c:230
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ext3 recovery flag is clear, but @j has data.
@-expanded: ext3 recovery flag is clear, but journal has data.\n
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Located in e2fsck/problem.c:235
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