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SubjectRe: e2fs + large disk == slug?
> 3)  To shorten the amount of time to mount a filesystem, you can use the
> mount option "check=none". This will stop the filesystem from doing
> a sanity check over the inode and block bitmaps, which can take
> quite a bit of time on large filesystems.

How safe is this?

In practice, I find that if the fs is marked as clean and unmounted
correctly, a forced fsck (either manually or by setting times/mount counts
with tune2fs) _never_ find anything much to bitch about...

... but, you never know.


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