a question on mount count and maximum mount count
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Sat May 30 17:15:01 UTC 2009
On Sat, 30 May 2009, lakshmi pathi wrote:
> If I need to know ,how many times the system has been rebooted , Shall
> I use mount count value (tune2fs -l )?
Well, you *could* use this command, at least for the root filesystem, as
this usually only gets mounted during boot, but:
> What happens after that ,is mount count value reset back to 0 ?
Yes, the counter is reset, so a batter way to find out how many times
a system has been rebooted would be the last(1) command. Use "last reboot"
to find out about the system's reboots.
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