Running openSUSE 15.1 with systemd, when it determined the need, the boot processes will invoke
fsck on a particular disk. By default, this check will run in the foreground, blocking the completion of the boot processes. This has led some to desire to stop the boot-time checking completely.
I understand if my OS partition may have undergone some data corruption,
fsck should block before continuing to process data on the disk. However, some of my disks are less essential to the operation of the system. Can I indicate to the system to run the
fsck in the background and mount the disk on success, but to let the system load normally otherwise, either via a flag in
fstab or another method?