How to disable auto fsck during boot for specific volumes
After 39 mounts of my 240 GB logical volume consisting of two 120GB SATA's, my initscripts decide that my SATA volume should get fsck'ed. Well this takes about an hour and I can't figure out where this '39' frequency is configured or how to disable it.
Very simply, I would like to know how to disable the forced fsck invocation, during boot, after 39 mounts of my ATA drives. This is an exceedingly long process that I would like to do on my own schedule. So far what I've done is to use noauto in my fstab in order to not accumulate so many mounts, since I only use this volume for multimedia storage. But how can I exclude my SATA's from this configuration so that fsck is not invoked automatically for them.
Thanks you for your kind assistance.
2600 XP+ Athlon on a A7N8X board. 2 WD 120GB ATA drives.
Linux washdc3-ar8-4-62-073-033.washdc3.dsl-verizon.net 2.4.20-24.9 #1 Mon Dec 1 11:43:36 EST 2003 i686 athlon i386 GNU/Linux