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My root filesystem has errors. I have made sure that errors will be automatically corrected:

root@host1 ~ ยป grep FSCKFIX /etc/default/rcS
FSCKFIX=yes

And then forced a filesystem check during reboot:

sudo touch /forcefsck
sudo shutdown -r now

The /forcefsck is cleared after boot, but the errors are not corrected.

I would like to know:

  1. Where can I see the fsck activity during boot? I can not see it in dmesg.
  2. How can I really force a fsck, with auto-correction?
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