[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

Re: Skipping fsck during boot with systemd?

On 2014-12-09, Frédéric Marchal <frederic.marchal@wowtechnology.com> wrote:
> This thread is about using one's computer quickly after turning it on. An=20
> unexpected un-interruptible fsck is seen as an obstacle to this.
> To summarize the best solution proposed so far, I have to
> 1) adjust automatic fsck to my taste: tune2fs -c X -i Y /dev/whatever
> 2) add "fsck.mode=skip" to the default grub entry.

or 'fastboot'? Is that equivalent?

There's '/etc/fstab' I guess (zero value in the last field and the file
system will not be checked).

Reply to: