This is a discussion on Re: UNEXPECTED SOFT UPDATE INCONSISTENCY; RUN fsck MANUALLY - FreeBSD ; firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > [...] > > > IMHO, a dirty filesystem should not be mounted until it's been fully > > > analysed/scanned by fsck. So again, people are putting faith into > > > UFS2+SU despite actual evidence proving ...
> > > IMHO, a dirty filesystem should not be mounted until it's been fully
> > > analysed/scanned by fsck. So again, people are putting faith into
> > > UFS2+SU despite actual evidence proving that it doesn't handle all
> > > scenarios.
> > Yes, I think the background fsck should be disabled by default, with a
> > possibility to enable it if the user is sure that nothing will
> > interfere with soft updates.
> Having been bitten by problems in this area more than once, I now always
> disable background fsck. Having it disabled by default has my vote too.
Just a "me too" here.
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