How can I force fsck on next boot on Red Hat Enterprise Linux?

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Issue

How can I force fsck on the next boot?

Environment

Red Hat Enterprise Linux, All Versions

Resolution

By default, the fsck utility is run on every boot. For ext3 filesystems, the boot scripts do a quick check to see if the filesystem journal indicates the file system is clean. If the initial check passes no further checking is performed. Otherwise,...

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