[CentOS] Question about centosplus kernel and jfs...

Sun Nov 4 05:21:32 UTC 2007
Jean-Yves Avenard <jyavenard at gmail.com>


I run the latest kernel from centosplus and use a JFS partition.

Even though the jfs tools are installed, when the server crashes, it
doesn't run fsck.jfs automatically when at boot time it detects that
the partition is corrupted

I have to run fsck.jfs manually and mount the drive.

Is there a way to make fsck.jfs run automatically if required ? (I
recently moved from Fedora to CentOS, so pardon my ignorance here)

Thank you