[SM-Discuss] FS Check on boot
eschabell at sourcemage.org
Thu Oct 3 06:16:27 EDT 2002
> On Thursday October 3 2002 11:55, Piero Ottuzzi wrote:
> I saw during boot-up that when my discs are mounted the system complains
> about a "Maximum mount count reached" etc etc. but it doesn't start with a
> FS check.
> Any idea???
Yes, your /etc/fstab has the pass collumn set to '0', which means that the
fschk is never run on the partition:
# <file system> <mount point> <type> <options> <dump> <pass>
...disc0/part2 / ext3 defaults,noatime 0 1
...disc0/part5 /var ext3 defaults,noatime 0 2
here you see they are set to 1 for root and the rest should be set to 2 (see
manpages for mount for more info).
This was a bug from the early iso's, and is dangerous as I ran into it after
140 mounts w/o checking... you should have seen the errors I was getting....
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