[CentOS] run fsck manually

Mon Jul 9 17:43:38 UTC 2012
Jerry Geis <geisj at pagestation.com>

Is there a way in centos to just go ahead and do this automatically?

/dev/sdal: Unexpected Inconsistency; [FAILED]

Run fsck Manually

(ie. Without –a or –p options)

***An error occurred during the File system check

***Dropping you to a shell; system will reboot when you leave the shell

Give root password for Maintenance

(or type Control-D to continue)

I have some remote stations - and if something goes wrong as it did,
I just want the fsck to be ran automatically and auto reboot

Can the behaviour be changed in a config file?