I'd like to force a verbose
fsck on reboot of my Ubuntu linux server, I can get
fsck to run on reboot by creating a file
/forcefsck in my root dir ...
Additionally, by adding a
y into the contents of the
/forcefsck file my server will (properly) run
fsck on reboot without any user interaction but every time I reboot (and let the auto fsck run) and then do ...
fsck -nvf /dev/somedisk
I still have the disk errors I had before, I even tried putting
yvf in the text of the
/forcefsck file with no luck.
Is there a simple way for me to force a verbose
fsck on reboot?
Note: I've watched the
fsck running at reboot and it does not come up with the same errors I get when I run
fsck -nvf /dev/somedisk ?
Update: This is a remote server ...