Minutes from the Technical Board, 2008-07-15
porcalladas at yahoo.es
Tue Aug 12 18:20:36 UTC 2008
I don't know much about ext filesystems, so please be patient if this
suggestion is a little silly. I think that would be best if ubuntu
performs fsck only when something out of normal happens (a hard shut
down, for instance). I guess that if the system works fine, so it will
the file system. Am I wrong about it?
El lun, 11-08-2008 a las 14:09 -0700, Bryce Harrington escribió:
> On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 11:52:25AM +0100, Matt Zimmerman wrote:
> > == Filesystem checking / AutoFsck ==
> > A suggestion was made to the technical board that Ubuntu could be smarter
> > about how and when it performs filesystem integrity checks (fsck).
> > Decision: This should be discussed more widely in the developer community
> > Action: Scott to start a thread on ubuntu-devel/-discuss
> I find the autofsck to be most notable on my laptop, perhaps because I
> reboot it more frequently, and because it usually chooses to autofsck at
> some inopportune time. I don't know if laptop harddrives need fsck more
> than desktop's, but I wouldn't mind seeing the frequency be reduced for
> Alternatively, maybe the autofsck could be made to take a few more
> factors into account, such as total run time since last fsck, total
> absolute time since last fsck, drive age, etc.
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