Auto-mounting ext2 slices
kris at obsecurity.org
Sun Apr 25 17:28:57 PDT 2004
On Mon, Apr 26, 2004 at 01:25:35AM +0100, andy_park at nospammail.net wrote:
> Hi, I have recently installed FreeBSD 4.9 on my fileserver to replace
> RH9, and have put my ext2 slice in /etc/fstab so they mount on bootup.
> The entry on /etc/fstab is as follows:
> /dev/ad1s5 /mnt/data2 ext2fs rw 0
> However I recently experienced a blackout, and on the next boot, ext2
> slice, marked 'dirty', wasn't fsck'ed automatically, preventing the
> normal boot process from finishing. Is this normal behaviour? If so,
> how would one set up an ext2 slice to auto-mount on bootup, and fsck
> itself if marked dirty so it continues to mount as rw?
You need to have fsck_ext2fs installed. This is included in the
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