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Re: [opensuse] fsck running amok
  • From: Patrick Shanahan <ptilopteri@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2007 20:04:00 -0500
  • Message-id: <20070117010400.GA4983@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
* Greg Wallace <gregwallace@xxxxxxxxxxx> [01-16-07 19:05]:
[...]
> I had tried Google, but couldn't come up with a phrase that narrowed
> things down enough. Mostly got hits about how to run fsck. I tried
> your search criteria and found the one about tune2fs. I ran --
> tune2fs -T and got ...(29-May-2006). That's the same date I see in
> the log every time fsck runs. Sounds like a problem.

yes, it really sounds like you have not read the man file...

-T time-last-checked

Set the time the filesystem was last checked using
e2fsck. This can be useful in scripts which use a
Logical Volume Manager to make a consistent snapshot of a
filesystem, and then check the filesystem during off
hours to make sure it hasn't been corrupted due to
hardware problems, etc. If the filesystem was clean,
then this option can be used to set the last checked time
on the original filesystem. The format of
time-last-checked is the interna‚Äź tional date format,
with an optional time specifier, i.e.
YYYYMMDD[[HHMM]SS]. The keyword now is also accepted, in
which case the last checked time will be set to the
current time.



> I'm going to look at this command some more and see if I can dig any
> other information out. However, it would seem that running e2fsck
> would automatically re-set that date, but maybe there is some special
> type of e2fsck running on my machine that isn't driven by date. On
> the other hand, 29-May-2006 is a long time ago. Surely an auto-fsck
> should have been run since then. Pretty strange.

more likely there is something wrong that fsck is not correcting.

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