I took the opportunity to upgrade to a new SSD since SSD prices have dropped and installed a fresh Ubuntu 18.04. Generally the system works much better but I seem to be getting the initramsf 'inode' corrupt/missing error every 10 days or so, and have to revert to a manual fsck /dev/sda* check. I would like to fix it once and for all as it is becoming a real pain now. The machine only uses Ubuntu 18.04 on a primary SSD on a SoHo desktop (16gb ram etc).

How can I permanently fix it? I no longer want to keep doing fsck every few days. Thanks in advance.

Paul B

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