Originally Posted by H_TeXMeX_H
tune2fs is only for ext* filesystems. What exactly do you want to do, I think making 'fsck' run on every boot will do what you want. If not, be more explicit about what you need to do and why.
Usually for the EXT3 I was using
Anyhow this resulted in corrupted disks / FS, and I lost lot of data. Maybe I shall buy a better stabilized power supply.
I have set all disks with tune2fs -c 2 and the disks with JFS (which is more stable than ext) has no way to be set to be checked at every single boot.
I boot once or twice a week, and I hope this can fix and cure all bad clusters from the disks. Still for JFS there is nothing done. I hoped that all lost clusters are fixed, and disks clean most of the time, and ultimately that the data never lost. But although this tune2fs -c experience proved that EXT are very fragile, i.e. not within the data but at the beginning of the disk. A deeper check of all disks, JFS & ext, at every single boot would be the aim.