[CentOS] Is it safe to run tune2fs -c -1 -i 0 /dev/sda2 on mounted file system
Jul 7, 2011 at 1:32 am
Is it safe to run tune2fs -c -1 -i 0 /dev/sda2 on mounted file system
Basically, this is a command to disable fsck based on reboot count &
last fsck time.
Christopher J. Buckley
: Yes. -- Kind Regards, Christopher J. Buckley
: The RHEL/CentOS installed does exactly this, -c 0 -i 0, so yes it's considered safe. Simon
: Hi, It would be much better controlling this values from your /etc/fstab file, so in case of any future references to fsck on boot, you will know what's configured by file. man fstab , and read about the sixth field. -- Best Regards, Yonatan Pingle RHCT | RHCSA | CCNA1
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