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Old 29th May 2006, 15:06
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normally abnormal shutdown or restart linux go to fsck.
after normal boot linux restart and check fsck why?
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Old 29th May 2006, 15:28
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Normally it does that once after a certain amount of boots, for example 30.
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whenever i restart linux live server , its must be going to fsck.
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Does the fsck run find errors on your harddisk? Have you shutdown your system properly?

If a linux system is not shutdown properly, it will run an fsck to ensure all data is correct.
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Default restart linux

I properly shutdown linux.

which command , can i use for properly shutdown.
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The command is:

shutdown -h now
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Quote:
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The command is:

shutdown -h now
This will halt the machine. If you want to reboot, use
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shutdown -r now
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