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Re: Skipping fsck during boot with systemd?

On Fri 05 Dec 2014 at 14:00:40 -0500, Stefan Monnier wrote:

> >> With init, skipping a scheduled fsck during boot was easy, you just
> >> pressed Ctrl+c, it was obvious! Today I was late for an online
> >> conference.  I got home, turned on my computer, and systemd decided
> >> it was time to run fsck on my 1TB hard drive.  Ok, I just skip it,
> >> right?  Well, Ctrl+c does not work, ESC does not work, nothing seems
> >> to work.  I Googled for an answer on my phone but nothing.  So, is
> >> there a mysterious set of commands they came up with to skip an fsck
> >> or is it yet another flaw?
> > "fsck.mode=skip" on the kernel command line.
> Pretty damn inconvenient and un-discoverable if you ask me.
> So I think this deserves a bug report.

Don't get carried away and start typing.


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