ext3 is a filesystem used in Linux operating systems, which is exactly what the MARS platform is.
a fsck is a Unix/Linux command that checks the file system for irregularities, and attempts to fix them.
While MARS may be a Linux system, Cisco chose to make it ``sealed'' from the system administrator. There are good reasons for this for SOX compliance, but it does mean a competent system admin isn't allowed to make changes to the underlying operating system.
You're going to have to call TAC and they will instruct you on how to access the root shell. I've never had to do this, but I believe it involves them having SSH access to your system and you both type in a password that enables the access.
It is against Cisco policy to provide root account passwords or maintenance account passwords for appliance model servers like those which run CUCM or UC.
To recover a server file system, you will want to use the corresponding version of the CUCM recovery disk.
Start the system by using the recovery disk
From the recovery CD menu, select f to run file system check.
When the file system check completes, select q to quit the recovery CD.
Eject the CD when prompted.
Reboot the system.
We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
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