When a zone is booted with dirty filesystems, only an "fsck -m" is issued and
checks the stauts of the filesystem. If the filesystem is not clean the zone
Question is why don't we use "fsck -p" instead of "fsck -m" the same way we
treat system boot? This way only serious file system inconsistence needs manual
intervention, just like whole system boot up.
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