Yesterday, one of our computers dropped to
grub shell or honestly, I am unsure what shell it was when we turned on the machine.
It showed that it can't mount the root filesystem or something in this sense, because of inconsistencies.
I ran, I believe:
fsck -fy /dev/sda2
Rebooted and the problem was gone.
Here comes the question part:
I already have in her root's crontab:
while the script contains:
#!/bin/bash touch /forcefsck
Thinking about it, I don't know, why I created script file for such a short command, but anyways...
Further, in the file:
I have defined:
So I don't get it. How could the situation even arise?
What should I do to force the root filesystem check (and optionally a fix) at boot?
Or are these two things the maximum, that I can do?
OS: Linux Mint 18.x Cinnamon 64-bit.
cat /etc/fstab | grep ext4
UUID=a121371e-eb12-43a0-a5ae-11af58ad09f4 / ext4 errors=remount-ro 0 1
was already added to the