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Offline gunmetalsid

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fsck (SOLVED)
« on: 2012/01/02, 01:39:00 »
how do I run fsck for /home partition on boot?

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Offline GoinEasy9

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RE: fsck
« Reply #1 on: 2012/01/02, 06:02:57 »
fsck is being run periodically on both the root and /home partitions. You can see the results from the last time it was run in /var/log/fsck/ (you'll have to look at the files in that folder as root using nano or some other cli text editor, or, using krusader-root).
There are ways of forcing fsck to run after a reboot, or, you can change the period during which they're checked using tune2fs, but, is that what you want to do?  You don't really want to have fsck run automatically each time you boot, do you?
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Offline michaaa62

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Re: fsck
« Reply #2 on: 2012/01/02, 09:12:57 »
Quote from: "gunmetalsid"
how do I run fsck for /home partition on boot?

Regards,
gunmetalsid
tune2fs has the options to change timely intervals, -i, and to change the number of reboots required to check a file-system, -c. tune2fs works for all extX-file-systems.

Offline gunmetalsid

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RE: Re: fsck
« Reply #3 on: 2012/01/02, 10:35:22 »
thanks, just wanna know becoz other distribution run fsck on /home partition each time the computer turn on. beginning to love siduction more, since it does everything automaticaly.

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gunmetalsid