HOW DO YOU PERFORM DISK CLEANUP AND DE FRAGMENT
Amedee Van Gasse
amedee-ubuntu at amedee.be
Sun Feb 28 14:25:50 UTC 2010
On 28-02-10 14:38, Knapp wrote:
> Yes, we have no bananas but what the heck is that thing that happens
> every 30 reboots? What is it doing? What is it called.
It is a file system property that can be viewed and set with tune2fs.
Type 'man tune2fs' (without quotes) at the console to get all the
documentation you need and more, or search for 'tune2fs' on the web with
a search engine like Google: http://google.com/
FYI: ALL Linux distributions check their disks after X reboots (or
mounts). Fedora does it, Mandriva does it, OpenSuse does it,...
30 seems to be a common value for the forced check.
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