Sorry to have to add one more question to the ever growing mass of queries this website is accumulating, but I feel that it would be best for me to seek out expert advice before proceeding with my endeavour. Earlier today various unpleasant problems and events caused a crash on one of my Fedora systems, this one a relatively recent install of Fedora 14. The Root LVM managed to survive intact, but the Home LVM has become plagued with literally thousands of file-system errors. This in the end is not a catastrophe as the system itself is simply a play system to allow me to experiment with AMD's Catalyst binary drivers.
Still, I wish to recover the system as much as I can and return it back to working order. I have already tried to recover the Home LVM using the "fsck -a" command, but it keeps having to be re-prompted by me to continue and at this rate it will not be done until after the sun goes supernova and all life on earth has perished. A little bit of hyperbole there I grant you, but it seems to me to be only a slight exaggeration. As there is not anything of particular significance on the drive, I am wondering if it might just be best to overwrite the old Home LVM with a fresh file-system. Can this be done and if it can how can it be done?
I eagerly await the advice of our resident Fedora masters.