On 2020-06-24, Aaron Mason <simplersolut...@gmail.com> wrote:
Auto filesystem repair is bad juju.

On 2020-06-25 11:17, Stuart Henderson wrote:
Nonsense. For many, the possible downsides of automatically running
fsck -y are much less a problem than the downsides of *not* running it.

Some time ago I wrote here on misc@ about read-only setup, where I intended to modify rc(8) in order to be able to relink kernel before mounting filesystems read-only, and - if I remember correctly - I was warned never to modify rc(8) directly as it's considered as part of base system, and I should only affect it with rc.local, which I did.

Is there a way to run fsck -y automatically without modifying rc(8)? Is modifying rc(8) now supported?

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