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Re: Skipping fsck during boot with systemd?

On 12/12/2014 2:34 PM, Brian wrote:
> On Fri 12 Dec 2014 at 13:54:39 -0500, Jerry Stuckle wrote:
>> On 12/12/2014 12:07 PM, Brian wrote:
>>> The ^C method only postpones the fsck to another time. The issue of when
>>> to run one remains.
>> Which is fine.  I can run it during the day when I'm not under a
>> deadline.  The problem is only when it runs at an inconvenient time.
>> (Note: for some reason I didn't receive your last email to me on the
>> list - don't know why).  And I want to thank you for the idea of
>> changing the max mount.  I think that will work for me just fine.  Just
>> set it up to run when I'm going to a meeting or doing something else
>> when I don't need the system for a few minutes.
> It was Gian Uberto Lauri who made the suggestion, actually.
>> At some point I'm probably going to have to go to Jessie.  But right now
>> none of my clients are. They're either staying on Wheezy or looking at
>> other distros, so I don't really have to go there yet.
>> Which is going to be a problem for me - until now I've been able to just
>> stay with the stable version of Debian for development/testing.  Now I'm
>> going to have to keep up with other versions, also.  Maybe it's a good
>> time to raise my rates :)
> We were thinking of doing the same on -user. Are invoices to your email
> address acceptable? :)

Sure.  I'll pay anything up to 20% above the current rate :)


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