fsck dies under 2.1.7

nerull (nerull@home.virtual-pc.com)
Mon, 04 Nov 1996 12:41:19 -0500

I installed kernel 2.1.7 and everything works fine except when I run
fsck, I get errors like...
The filesystem superblock is corrupt. Try running e2fsck with an
superblock using the -b option. (8193 is commonly an alternate
Hence, 'e2fsck -b 8193 <device>' may recover the filesystem.)

But, when I run fsck under an earlier kernel I get no errors at all.
Anyone know what's up with this?

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