Should fsck honour "failok" in fstab as mount does?
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Tue Apr 21 07:13:38 UTC 2020
mount ignores failed mount attempts when "failok" is specified as an option
in /etc/fstab allowing the boot process to continue.
However, fsck does not, and I think it should. It shouldn't mark an FS as
clean, obviously, just not drop into single-user mode - let mount do that
when it tries to mount an FS without the "failok" option.
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