systemd and fsck at boot
charlescurley at charlescurley.com
Sat May 2 13:57:08 MDT 2015
Debian 8 (just released) has systemd rather than System V style init.
So how do I tell systemd to force fsck at boot?
systemd-fsck is installed. The man page doesn't say how to invoke it.
Adding "fsck.mode=force" to the tail end of the command line in grub
didn't do it.
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