Hello, FWIK passno > 0 in /etc/fstab configures only order in which the fsck is performed, not the frequency. To configure the frequency as well, I'd recommend taking a look at `man systemd-fsck@.service`, especially the `fsck.mode=force` kernel command line parameter, which should do exactly what you're trying to achieve.
On 11/11/19 1:33 PM, Belisko Marek wrote: > Hi, > > I'm using systemd 234 (build by yocto) and I've setup automount of > sdcard in fstab. This works perfectly fine. But I have seen from time > to time when system goes to emergency mode because sdcard filesystem > (ext4) have an issue and cannot be mounted. I was thinking about > forcing fsck for every boot. Reading manual it should be enough to set > passno (6th column in fstab) to anything higher then 0. I set ti to 2 > but inspecting logs it doesn't seems fsck is performed. Am I still > missing something? Thanks. > > BR, > > marek > -- Frantisek Sumsal GPG key ID: 0xFB738CE27B634E4B
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