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Re: HOW DO YOU PERFORM DISK CLEANUP AND DE FRAGMENT

Subject: Re: HOW DO YOU PERFORM DISK CLEANUP AND DE FRAGMENT
From: Knapp
Date: Mon, 1 Mar 2010 11:47:35 +0100
On Sun, Feb 28, 2010 at 3:25 PM, Amedee Van Gasse
<amedee-ubuntu@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 28-02-10 14:38, Knapp wrote:
>
>> Yes, we have no bananas but what the heck is that thing that happens
>> every 30 reboots? What is it doing? What is it called.
>
> It is a file system property that can be viewed and set with tune2fs.
>
> Type 'man tune2fs' (without quotes) at the console to get all the
> documentation you need and more, or search for 'tune2fs' on the web with
> a search engine like Google: http://google.com/
>
> FYI: ALL Linux distributions check their disks after X reboots (or
> mounts). Fedora does it, Mandriva does it, OpenSuse does it,...
> 30 seems to be a common value for the forced check.

That man page really does not answer my questions but it is a good
step in the right direction.



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Douglas E Knapp

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