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The system is upgraded from ubuntu 10.04 to 12.04,yet the boot screen is same. It takes longer to boot than before and system checks disk drives for error on every startup.

can I get any help on it?????

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Run: sudo tune2fs -c 30 /dev/hda1

Replace /dev/hda1 with the filesystems that it's checking every boot.

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It has already been set to 30,but still it's checking every time instead of after 30 restarts.Is there any other alternative???? – Vinay May 10 '12 at 18:27
you wouldnt happen to have a /forcefsck file, would you? – Matt Barnes May 11 '12 at 1:59

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