What is FSCK in Solaris?

Sharad Jaiswal
Sharad Jaiswal

Posted On: Mar 28, 2020

 

The FSCK command in the Solaris used to check and repair inconsistencies in the file system. You can run this command with many options but if you run without any options, it asks for confirmation before making the repair. The options used with this command are '-m', '-y', '-n', '-op'.

The '-m' is used to check if a file system can be mounted, '-y' assumes yes response for all repairs, '-n' assumes no responsibility for all repairs, '-o p' preens the file system and fixes all the inconsistencies.

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