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CentOS default never fsck root partition on start up?

Most documentation or sites will say use "tune2fs -l " to check if the system will do fsck on the system partitions on next boot, in particular, should look at "Mount count" and "Maximum mount count" ...
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Does my server have bad blocks or not?

My server crashed today. It switched the /sda8 device (/home) to read only and the log said "ext3_xattr_block_get: inode 590080: bad block 6" From rescue mode (something my hosting provider offers ...
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reduce fsck time through lvm design considerations

I need to create two 9 TB file systems and i am struggling to design it. how does fsck work under the cover? I have two options: 1. I create two 9TB LUNs at storage and create VG on them and then ...
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How to run fsck on startup after a crash without the root password?

when the Red Hat 5.x workstation of a user crashes and leaves its filesystems with errors, on the next boot, it ask for the root password to enter single mode and run fsck manually. This is annoying ...
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Inode too big. Linux Filesystem

Today after unzipping a very large archive one of our Red Hat servers became unresponsive. After rebooting we received the following file system error. Inode 93464 is too big Unexpected ...