[CentOS] More than 2TB RAID...
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Wed Jan 28 13:04:04 UTC 2009
how to stop "fsck" on boot?
--- 09/1/28 (星期三)，Peter Kjellstrom <cap at nsc.liu.se> 寫道：
> 寄件者: Peter Kjellstrom <cap at nsc.liu.se>
> 主旨: Re: [CentOS] More than 2TB RAID...
> 收件者: centos at centos.org
> 日期: 2009 1 28 星期三 上午 7:40
> On Wednesday 28 January 2009, Jake wrote:
> > I came across this article you may find useful:
> > http://www.unixgods.org/~tilo/linux_larger_2TB.html
> > I should say that I STRONGLY recommend not creating
> ext3 file systems in
> > the 2TB+ range
> I consider that FUD. We have many ext3 filesystems >2T
> and the run ok. Sure we
> do disable automatic fsck on reboot but we schedule a
> manual fsck when we get
> the opportunity. IMHO automatic fsck on reboot after, say,
> 30 boots is a pure
> desktop/laptop thing. When you have servers that stay up
> you'll have to plan
> for fsck anyway.
> As Joshua wrote, there is no filesystem more supported and
> tried on CentOS...
> > - fsck takes too long and you'd hate to get hit by
> one of
> > those in what is supposed to be a "quick"
> reboot...and disabling them on
> > the file system isn't a good idea either.
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