Re: Fwd: Re: Skipping fsck during boot with systemd?
On 12/30/2014 5:37 AM, Andrei POPESCU wrote:
> On Lu, 29 dec 14, 22:06:55, Jerry Stuckle wrote:
>> No, from what I've seen, the default is to do preventative fscks,
>> depending on the number of boots (and time? I'm not sure).
> Could you please show us where you've seen this? For the record, again,
> from the e2fsprogs changelog:
Multiple times in on this mailing list.
> e2fsprogs (1.42~WIP-2011-07-02-1) unstable; urgency=low
> * Mke2fs will now create file systems that enable user namespace
> extended attributes and with time- and mount count-based file
> system checks disabled.
> -- Theodore Y. Ts'o <email@example.com> Sat, 02 Jul 2011 22:38:57 -0400
> Of course, if you have filesystems created with earlier e2fsprogs you'll
> still have the periodic checks enabled, but they are easy to disable
> with tune2fs.
> Kind regards,
This is the first time I've seen this fix. I've seen other means of
using tune2fs, such as setting to a high number and resetting the count
on each reboot. But I hadn't seen that it could be disabled this way.
This fixes my immediate problem. But as I've said before - there are
other reasons my clients don't like the way Debian is going, and the
decision has already been made to look at another distro. And I have to
be developing on the same distros they are using.