Bruce Cran wrote:
On Tue, 31 Mar 2009 11:35:11 +0530
manish jain <invalid.poin...@gmail.com> wrote:
I am migrating from Linux and am still learning the basics of
FreeBSD. One thing that I would to carry over from my Linux days is
to force an fsck on all filesystems at system startup. On Linux, this
was simply a matter of editing /etc/rc.sysinit. Things seem a bit
more complicated in the BSD world. Can somebody please point me in
the right direction ?
I found this from a post last year:
echo '/sbin/fsck -y -f' >> /etc/rc.early
Hi Bruce/Everyone else,
Thanks for the rc.early tip.
BTW, a lot of people who posted replies thought I was not aware that a
preen is always executed at startup. When I said I wanted to force an
fsck, I meant 'fsck -fy'. As for background checks, they are - in my
opinion - a real nightmare. Even though I am just a learner on FreeBSD
still, I can assure anyone, putting background_fsck="NO" into your
rc.conf is one of the best things you can do.
As for the reason why I want to force fsck is that it has now happened 3
timed that, after a clean and proper shutdown - with no foreign
filesystems mounted, FreeBSD has complained on system restart (twice on
a 5.x distribution I had briefly used and now once on 7.1) that / was
not properly unmounted. Having bgfsck enabled is like inviting a dragon
to dinner when this happens.
Thank you and Regards
NB : Laast year I kudn't spell Software Engineer. Now I are won.
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