Re: During boot, fsck tries to run against offline drive?

From: Paul Johnson (baloo_at_ursine.ca)
Date: 07/26/03

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    On Fri, Jul 25, 2003 at 06:57:11AM -0500, Darin Strait wrote:
    > This make sense, in a way, since the USB2 drive is turned off. OTOH,
    > /dev/sda1 is marked noauto in my fstab and I don't understand why
    > something seems to be trying to run fsck on it.

    See fstab(5) for details, I suspect your problem lies in the numbers
    on the end of /dev/sda1's fstab entry.

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