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Re: No fsck in battery mode

In article <20030907194447.GA18894@inf.fu-berlin.de> 
gottwald@inf.fu-berlin.de writes:
>3. Edit "/etc/fstab", pick the correct line, and change the
>   filesystem parameter from "ext2" to "ext3".

Even better is to use "ext3,ext2".  That way the filesystem can be
mounted by a kernel that doesn't support ext3.

While ext3 reduces the chance of corrupted disks, it does not
eliminate it.  You should still be running fsck on all your disks
Blars Blarson			blarson@blars.org
With Microsoft, failure is not an option.  It is a standard feature.

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