Similar things happen to me... Also when I do an 'fsck -y' fsck will
    fsck each partition until it hits one with problems.  It fixes the
    problems, then exits (does not continue to the next partition).  I
    wind up having to run fsck five or six times to get it to fsck all
    the partitions (either that or I have to specify each partition


:Georg-W. Koltermann wrote:
:> Yes, I see that as well. Another symptom is that fsck -p now always
:> announces "unexpected inconsistencies" and drops back to singleuser when
:> it indeed was able to fix the problems, i.e. it marks the filesystem
:> clean and a manual fsck does not report anything unusual.
:Metoo: I have fsck_y_enable="YES" set and sometimes it'd announce 
:"unexpected inconsistencies", sometimes it'd not, but it will always 
:bail out to single user after it processes the first unclean 
:filessystem. I then need to run fsck as many times as I have dirty 
:filesystems (because it'll exit after it has cleaned one of them).
:Michael Nottebrock
:"The circumstance ends uglily in the cruel result." - Babelfish

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