wulfmann at tiscali.co.uk
Sun Oct 7 21:19:21 UTC 2007
In a recent thread there was discussion about rebooting the computer
after an upgrade. As it was a kernel upgrade, this was deemed
necessary. My question is sort of related almost.
When I reboot, a fsck is done every thirty mountings of partitions. I
only reboot when I have a kernel upgrade, or the machine crashes too
badly for me to sort out without a reboot. So the fsck-ing only happens
rarely. How frequently *should* the partitions be fsck-ed? Is there a
way to do it *without* having to reboot?
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