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Re: max mount count incovenient



The example below will check the filesystem or partition after 100 mounts or
3 months, whichever comes first. You need to type in this command in a root
shell:

tune2fs -c 100 -i 3m /dev/hdax

in case of scsi,

tune2fs -c 100 -i 3m /sdcX  ( c = drive number usually 3)





On Jan 9, 2008 3:05 AM, Linux Man <linuxman uru gmail com> wrote:

> Hello group
> I added a new partition in fstab, and works without a problem.
> I used mkfs.ext3 to create the partition.
> My problem is that every 26 boots, the system tells that the partition
> have no been checked since 26 systems boots, ant start to check my new
> partition. This is a lot of time consuming, and always is in a bad
> time.
> There some way to do the check in a controlled time? i.e. do it the
> check before 26 system boot, when the time is no problem.
> Thanks a lot
> Best regards
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