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Force FSCK on Reboot

Force FSCK on Reboot

Maybe it's been a while since you've performed an fsck on your server's hard drive. Or maybe, you're not sure if one is going to be performed when you reboot the beast, but you want it to happen. To force fsck on reboot, use this command:

shutdown -rF now

That's it. Your server's hard drive will go through a forced fsck, whether it wants to or not.


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