Users may encounter an issue where the emails are not written into the Kerio Connect mailstore.
This problem is not limited to the Kerio Connect application but is a general server OS issue. Symptoms of this issue include inability to generate logs or receive new emails. The root cause of this issue is typically a filesystem error on the Linux/Ubuntu server, which prevents the server from starting up properly.
To resolve the filesystem errors on an Linux/Ubuntu server that prevent writing to the server, follow these steps:
- Reboot the server. If it stops at initramfs, this indicates a filesystem error.
- Go to the start terminal and enter the following command:
fsck /dev/disk -y
- After a few seconds, the server can be restarted. This should fix the filesystem errors and allow the server to start up properly.
Filesystem errors on an Linux server can prevent users from writing to the server and using certain applications. By running a filesystem check and repair command in the terminal, users can fix these errors and successfully restart their server.
What does the
fsck /dev/disk -ycommand do?
This command checks and repairs filesystem errors on the server.
What is initramfs?
Initramfs is a temporary file system used during the Linux boot process.
What are the symptoms of a filesystem error on an Ubuntu server?
Common symptoms include inability to generate logs or receive new emails, and the server stopping at initramfs during startup.