[systemd-devel] systemd-fsck and ext4 blocksize
kay at vrfy.org
Fri Mar 30 02:58:57 PDT 2012
On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 04:44, Jean-Luc Duprat <jld at acm.org> wrote:
> My system has an ext4 filesystem with 4K blocks, so I need to pass the -b
> 32768 option e2fsck when I check it.
> When systemd-fsck attempts to check that filesystem, it doesn't pass the
> appropriate flag; as a result the fail checks and the boot process stops.
> How do I teach systemd-fsck how to check that filesystem? Is there a place
> I can specify the e2fsck options it should use?
No, the fsck.<fstype> program needs to find that out on its own, and
better doesn't rely on some options passed to it by a user.
Systemd can not really be involved in options like that, it just calls
the plain 'fsck' tool, and does not really want to know what's going
on with filesystem specifics.
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