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Re: success!?!?!? mostly.



what should the last two columns of fstab be with ext3, ext2 is was 1 1.

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> 
> If you're using a two-year-old e2fsck then that will happen.  You
> should be using e2fsprogs-1.22.

I compiled the Latest util-linux and e2fsprogs
> 
> Otherwise, you should verify that you really are using ext3
> and not ext2 - check the contents of /proc/mounts.

this shows them as ext3... 

> 
> If both of those are correct then it's possible that the initscripts
> are passing `-f' to fsck.
> 

heres the part of rc.sysinit that concerns fsck...

if [ -f /fsckoptions ]; then
        fsckoptions=`cat /fsckoptions`
    else
        fsckoptions=
fi

if [ -f /forcefsck ]; then
        fsckoptions="-f $fsckoptions"
fi
_RUN_QUOTACHECK=0
if [ ! -f /fastboot ]; then
        STRING="Checking root filesystem"
        echo $STRING
        initlog -c "fsck -C -T -a $fsckoptions /"
        rc=$?

        if [ "$rc" = "0" ]; then
                success "$STRING"
                echo
        elif [ "$rc" = "1" ]; then
                passed "$STRING"
                echo
        fi

        # A return of 2 or higher means there were serious problems.
        if [ $rc -gt 1 ]; then







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