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alpha_lt 12-31-2010 09:15 AM

How to continue booting Debian after fck is failed
Dear all,

I have bunch of partitions on my Debian server installation, so I was experimenting with partitions and saw that is one partition fails fsck on booting time, system waits for root password or CTRL+D key combination. The problem is that my Debian machine is headless and I use only SSH to it. So if fsck fails, I can't to login to SSH (off course, because it is not loaded at this time). So I need to go with monitor and keyboard to machine and press CTRL+D.
One option is to disable disk checking at startup by changing fstab file. I don't like this option. Is there any possibility to auto continue booting Debian machine ?

AlucardZero 12-31-2010 09:29 AM

Not that I know of. You'll need remote monitor (KVM) or terminal (serial port) access.

alpha_lt 12-31-2010 10:07 AM

Thank you for very fast reply ! Now I know situation and will try to think about possible solution.

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