/dev.hdb1 has reached maximal mount count, check forced .... ?
rjpower at u.washington.edu
Mon Jun 24 23:40:28 PDT 2002
It's doing it to make sure your filesystem stays nice and clean and healthy
and happy. It's doing a filesystem check. You can change the frequency of
the checks, as well as a whole lot of other stuff with the tune2fs command -
try man tune2fs.
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From: "db" <dbota at att.net>
To: "UW Linux Group" <linux at u.washington.edu>
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2002 10:34 PM
Subject: /dev.hdb1 has reached maximal mount count, check forced .... ?
> Sometimes I get this /dev.hdb1 has reached maximal mount count, check
> forced" line in the boot process followed by a fairly long delay before it
> goes on and finishes booting up. (The line before this line has something
> to do with fsk.ext2 -a /dev/hdb1)
> Can anyone tell me why is it doing this and what exactly is it doing?
> (This is a redhat 5.2 machine using a boot floppy.)
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