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SubjectRe: Maximum (efficient) partition sizes for various filesystem ty pes...
Hi,

On Mon, Nov 19, 2001 at 01:02:57PM +0100, PVotruba@Chemoprojekt.cz wrote:
> Hmm it looks like that Debians want's to avoid user impatience during
> excessive e2fsck job at startup. But technically, one can hardly expect
> problems - if there were any, they surely appeared already in this list :)
>
> Compared to *some* other OSes, linux makes fs checking after certain number
> of rw mounts. When thinks like that happen, some less enlightened users tend
> to be "derailed", because they don't expect that. :)

It's configurable: "man tune2fs".

Cheers,
Stephen
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