I have about 5 Linux servers in a colocation rack about an hour away
from me.
Occasionally one will total lockup and I can't ssh into it to reboot

So my only option is to do a remote power off cycle. The problem is
that most of the time it goes into an fsck and requires a console
input to get through the fsck. So my question is... Is there a way to
prevent it from fscking and getting stuck? Can I set it up so it
automatically fsck's without someone at the console?

Thanks for you help.