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Allowing user abort of fsck during boot

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openSUSE-11.3
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Description

In boot.rootfsck and boot.localfs the return status of fsck is stored in $FSCK_RETURN. The result determines the further boot process. I suggest to ignore a return code 32 (user abort) in order to make a fast boot possible if the user knows what he is doing (e.g. in case of a fs check forced just by the number of boot cycles).

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icons/user_comment.png I. C. wrote: (4 years ago)

Very useful feature! Sometimes I play an online game and have the computer hang or simply electricity drop. I quickly reboot so I can re-join the game until it ended, but the system starts the check saying the filesystem has been mounted N times so should be checked. I have to wait 7-10 minutes until the process ends.

Last change: 4 years ago
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