How to Fix recovering journal Error on Ubuntu boot up

How to Fix recovering journal Error on Ubuntu boot up

Recent day i was faced Recovering journal Error on Ubuntu boot up multiple times in a day, so i was debugged system checked all the system logs to get fixed this issue. And finally i found this problem happens when my system direct shutdown due to some power reason(after all i was fixed power issue by changing power supply) but still Ubuntu showing “recovering journal” error on Ubuntu boot up, because it didn’t write anything to the disk. So after some troubleshoot I’m able to solve this problem

Fix recovering journal Error on Ubuntu boot up

So lets checkout following steps to solve recovering journal Error on Ubuntu boot up, don’t worry it can be fixed with following some easy steps;

Step #1: Lets first check your file system for errors.

To check the file system on your Ubuntu partition…

  • boot to the GRUB menu
  • choose Advanced Options
  • choose Recovery mode
  • choose Root access
  • at the # prompt, type sudo fsck -f /
  • repeat the fsck command if there were errors
  • type reboot

Step #2: If for some reason you can’t do the above…

  • boot to a Ubuntu Live DVD/USB
  • start gparted and determine which /dev/sdaX (be sure about your exact Ubuntu system installed partition) is your Ubuntu EXT4 partition (you can use also $ lsblk command)
  • quit gparted
  • open a terminal window
  • type sudo fsck -f /dev/sdaX # replacing X with the number you found earlier
  • repeat the fsck command if there were errors
  • type reboot

After reboot system if you show to the tty1 terminal then you need to install the ubuntu-desktop environment using following command;

$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install --reinstall ubuntu-desktop
$ startx

This command will solve your problem, and you should be able to use GUI like normal.


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I hope this quick guide will help you and can solve your issue successfully, if you had any issue during recovery, please comment below.

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