Hallo,

quite often I encounter the following problem:
when I want to record a broadcast spontaneously of which the beginning is e. g. 10 minutes ahead, Ubuntu (Xubuntu 14.04) sometimes starts fdisk for my recordings-partition which is about 900 MB large. This takes such a long time, about 20 minutes, that I miss the beginning of the film I want to record. At first I get the message " /dev/sda5 was mounted 20 times without being checked. Check forced ..." or so. Unfortunatedly, there is no warning that fisk is to be run the next time I boot.
In /etc/fstab I marked "dump 0" and "pass 2" as it is recommanded.
Is it possible to have fsck running AFTER recording before shutdown when 19 mountings have been done? Or have I to set "pass" on 0. I'm a little bit scared of this because it means that I could loose data resp. recordings. By the way, on my desktop-computer I set pass to 2 as well, but never fsck runs when I boot even more then 20 times. Here the large (1 TB) /home/-partition is ext4-filesystem. May this make the difference?


Thanks for your answers.

Greetings
gbruno




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