force recheck on reboot – fsck


If you want to force a fsck re-check on reboot, then just touch /forcefsck Related articles Set some disk params to be safe Improve Boot Performance Ext4  


find more information on ext2/3/4 filesystem


In my previous post on check filesystem regurlarly, I mentioned tune2fs. That tool give quite a lot of information. But just in case, you did not find what you are looking for in the output, then you …

Set some disk params to be safe


It is always “Better safe than sorry” so, here are some things you should do.. First check fstab, if you have partitions other than root then use UUID instead of device: …

EncFS – Simple article to use Encrypted filesystem in Linux


A nice article here EncFS is an easy-to-use, command-line tool for storing information in encrypted form. It’s not really a file-system, but it pretends to be one at the CLI. If you’ve been searching …

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