On 02-Aug-01 Sheldon Hearn wrote:
> On Thu, 02 Aug 2001 10:42:29 +0100, Brian Somers wrote:
>> If the error keeps turning up, I would guess that you have a 0 or 
>> empty fsck field in /etc/fstab and fsck -s therefore not fixing the 
>> problem.
> Nope.  I have passno set for the filesystem on which I also see this.  I
> used to have background fsck enabled, but I disabled it because of
> horrid unkillable fsck behaviour.  Perhaps background fsck did something
> nasty to my filesystem that normal fsck isn't seeing?

I get these messages when I reboot or crash before the background fsck finishes
sometimes.  Sometimes I get them when the filesystems are clean, too.  They
always happen when the previous boot did a background fsck, however.


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