I'm persistently getting the "Superblock last mount time is in the future" error when booting CentOS 6. I've seen other questions which ask how to resolve this error, but I know exactly why it's occurring: our development/testing VMs regularly have their date set to times far from the present, and have all of their filesystems remounted.
What I want to know is: how do I disable all consistency checking for superblock mount time in centOS?
tune2fs -i 0 <device> and setting
/etc/e2fsck.conf and neither has worked; the problem persists.