why? to resume
fsck -fcck while looking for badblocks as it takes humongous time (1TB SATA HD) and I have no no-break on my desktop, so, I could split the logical volume in several segments of 10GB and fsck each one per day :)
kvpm only gives a popup
fsck command for the whole logical volume, not the specified segment.
can such check be forced even if in some more complex way?
may be temporarily referencing the segment by separating it from the logical volume it is currently part of, like it being part of another LV just for that check?
Of course that a direct way to force resume
fsck from a specified block would suffice if possible at all.
PS.: I cant suspend the desktop machine, it never works. If if it could work, it would still prevent me from using the main/root volume for a huge long time :(