If the system is fairly reliable, it is safe to increase the maximum mount count. However, you should strongly consider the implications. Bad disk drives, cables, memory and kernel bugs can all corrupt a filesystem without marking the filesystem dirty or have it error out. A filesystem error detected by the kernel will force an
fsck on the next reboot, but by that time, it may alr...
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