fsck_vxfs sanity check
is used by
to determine if filesystems need
to be checked before they can be mounted.
checks for a valid superblock
to see if the filesystem is in the CLEAN state.
The checks are performed differently for the root
filesystem and for other filesystems. In all
cases, a message is displayed on
standard error output,
and the program terminates with an exit code.
If the filesystem is not mounted
as the root filesystem, the exit codes are:
If the file is mounted as the root filesystem,
the exit codes are:
The filesystem is clean.
The filesystem needs checking.
The filesystem is already mounted.
There was an error
when attempting to access the filesystem.
The root filesystem is mounted read-only and is clean,
or the root filesystem is mounted read/write (and is
The root filesystem is mounted read-only
and needs checking.
There was an error when attempting to access
fsck_vxfs intent log replay
fsck_vxfs superblock verification phase
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 05 June 2007