is it ok to disable the complete fsck for every startup?
mapa-kettle at shaw.ca
Tue Aug 10 05:24:41 UTC 2010
> every system startup?
> How often do you restart?
once per day
> I've never seen a system that fsck's every restart, the bigger question is
> why is it doing it.
I don't have the answer to that, and this is the only version of Linux I have
run where this has happened.
> "What does Windows have that Linux doesn't?" - One hell of a lot of bugs!
When I did the original install, when Hardy first came out, it would only
check /root on every startup, and do a complete scan at some set interval..
After one of the updates, it started checking all the directories and slowed
the boot up down considerably.
The machine is started once a day, every day, and is on for 16 hours. I have
orders from she who must be obeyed, that I am not to change, update, or in
any way modify this machine.
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