We are running OpenSUSE 12.2 and seem to be experiencing some problems with files not opening. If I move these files to a different folder they work, so it seems to be a filesystem issue.
I would like to force a system file check to run when on reboot.
Shutdown -rF is not longer supported.
I came across the following" If you want to force fsck on the next boot, just create a file called /forcefsck . If this file is present, then during next boot - the fsck is forced. # touch /forcefsck "
Does this work well?
Does it require user intervention or will it run and auto fix as I would like to do this remotely and will not be able to see the terminal while the server is restarting?
Any other suggestions welcome.