2018-02-13 16:27 GMT-02:00 Dave Reisner <d...@falconindy.com>:
> On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 04:19:33PM -0200, Marcos Mello via arch-projects
>> - EXT, JFS and ReiserFS cleanup (install main tools and create
>> required symlinks).
>> - Only install /etc/e2fsck.conf for EXT filesystems.
>> - Btrfs and XFS are special: their fscks do nothing (well, at least
>> they show what tool to run). Users need xfs_repair and btrfs installed
>> to try to fix the filesystem from initramfs. These tools do not have a
>> "preen" mode.
>> - Adapt the non-autodetect case accordingly.
> Why do you want to aid in running fsck tools which are explicitly NOT
> meant to be run on a regular basis?
xfs_repair and btrfs will not run (fsck.xfs and fsck.btrfs are still
there), we just install them. In case of severe damage users will try:
# fsck /dev/foo
fsck from util-linux 2.31.1
If you wish to check the consistency of an XFS filesystem or
repair a damaged filesystem, see xfs_repair(8).
And they will have xfs_repair at hand.