fsck on boot is major usability issue
aurelien.naldi at gmail.com
Fri Dec 21 13:20:34 UTC 2007
On ven, 2007-12-21 at 08:13 -0500, Evan wrote:
> My personal preference would be to move it to shut-down, but an
> interruptable check on boot is better than nothing. Just my two cents.
I'm not sure that moving it to shutdown is a proper solution. Think
about a laptop shuting down because its battery is nearly empty: how
good is it to slow down the shutdown and risk a brutal power off ?
Also, I'm often waiting for my computer to shutdown before leaving, I
don't want to be late because of a fsck.
Making it interruptible and runnable on demande easily is more
important, then it can be on bootup or shutdown, I don't care ;)
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