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Re: [vox-tech] / has reached maximal mount count



On 06 Jul 2001 10:46:19 -0700, Jim Angstadt wrote:

 
> Jul  6 09:44:17 linux1 fsck: / has reached maximal
> mount count, check forced. 


> 
> 1.  What is going on here?


It just checks it every once in a while to make sure things are going
OK.

> 2.  Am I in trouble?  What do I need to research and
> fix?


Not a bit.  It's very common with ext2.  If you don't like it, maybe you
should look into ReiserFS.  There's not fsck's when you don't cleanly
unmount, either.




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