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kawashima-terumi  2019-01-21 01:29:52 CST
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amilizia  2019-01-18 10:03:33 CST
yes, there are errors. They'd like to have script to automate root password insertion
idkjkm  2019-01-18 06:34:36 CST
well, you can probably configure it to skip fs check, unless theres an actual error.
amilizia  2019-01-18 05:04:32 CST
HIAC asking me an help for the following situation: due to an electrical problem with loss of the visibility of the storage almost all the VMs have gone down and at the restart they had almost all the file system in read only and with the request of the check file system at boot, above all for the linux VMs. The file system check requires entering the root password. They had to enter root passwords by hand and this took quite some time. Do you know if there is a way to automate this operation with a script?
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