Re: /.autofsck continually updated every reboot



On 07/03/2011 03:09 PM, Sam Sharpe wrote:
If the file is detected at startup,_then_ the system will perform an
fsck. So it is normal for this file to exist while the system is
running normally. If you really want to test this, shut down your
system normally and then boot it from a livecd - I suspect if you
examine the root filesystem, you will find that the .autofsck file has
been deleted.

Another way to check this is to run these commands in a terminal:

cd /
ls -la .autofsck

and check the file's timestamp. The creation time should be at roughly
your most recent boot.
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