PARTIALLY TRUNCATED INODE are fatal if the ﬁle system is being preen’ed. UNKNOWN FILE TYPE I=I (CLEAR) The mode word of the inode I indicates that the inode is not a special block inode, special character inode, socket inode, regular inode, symbolic link, or directory inode. Possible responses to the CLEAR prompt are: YES de-allocate inode I by zeroing its contents. This will always invoke the UNALLOCATED error condition in Phase 2 for each directory entry pointing to this inode. NO ignore this error condition. PARTIALLY TRUNCATED INODE I=I (SALVA GE) Fsck has found inode I whose size is shorter than the number of blocks allocated to it. This condition should only occur if the system crashes while in the midst of truncating ale. When preening the ﬁle system, fsck completes the truncation to the speciﬁed size. Possible responses to SALVAGE are: YES complete the truncation to the size speciﬁed in the inode. NO ignore this error condition.