On 10/16/2016 05:42 AM, George N. White III wrote:
I don't remember the date, specifically, and it's not clear what
the circumstances are. One of the consequences of on-line fs
checking is that errors tend to be detected long after they
Not sure what you mean -- certainly with most linux distros fsck gets
run at intervals on clean reboot and does on rare occasions find
problems to repair.
Yes, but as we've discussed, fsck.xfs (and hence, fsck -t xfs) is a
no-op. XFS is checked and repaired on-line, as it's used, in the case
of simple errors. If corruption is introduced, it may not be found
until some time later, in which case xfs_repair will be needed.
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