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How does someone know when this process is complete ?
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Is this a manually initiated fsck or an auto-fsck?  Either way, the process is complete when you get a command prompt back or system boot continues, depending on how/when the fsck was started.
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its manual
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Once the FSCK completes you will get a command prompt back.
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