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Re: How to set 'e2fsck' to run at boot?

	Subject: Re: How to set 'e2fsck' to run at boot?
	Date: Fri, Jan 07, 2000 at 03:28:45AM -0800

In reply to:Mihaly Gyulai

Quoting Mihaly Gyulai(gyulai@my-Deja.com):
>| On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 15:31:04    Martin Fluch wrote:
>| >> At boot, there is a message about 'running e2fsck is recommended'
>| >> because the mounting of partitions happened too many times.
>| >Usualy e2fsck should automaticaly be run on demand at boottime. Do you use
>| >the -f option (skip fsck on reboot) when executing the shutdown command?
>| No, I did not use the 'skip fsck at boot' option for shutdown.
>| I use this config for more than 3 months, and there was no
>| fsck running since then.
>| What can I do to set 'e2fsck' run at boot ?

run man fstab.  Then search for fs_passno.

You have to set the 6th field of fstab to 1 for the root fs and 2 for
the others.

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