Subject: Re: more info on fsck -c 2 crash/failure to clean up.
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List: current-users
Date: 06/28/1994 01:09:22
   [...], it should be treates as "the same as" the fsck -p, just be
   sure to reboot afterwards...

`fsck -p' no longer requires a reboot after diddling the root file
system.  This is 1994, not 1974.

However, `fsck -c2' does, presumably because there's some stale bit left
in the mount struct (possibly mnt_maxsymlinklen?).  I haven't really
looked into it.