If you’re using Ubuntu, you will notice that Ubuntu runs an FSCK session when you boot your system from time to time. If you find this scheduled check annoying, you can re-schedule the scan using the ‘tune2fs’ command. Here’s how it typically looks like:
The mount count parameter tells us that Ubuntu scans our hard disk after 33 disk mounts.
We can configure the mount count using the ‘-c’ option:
This command will re-configure Ubuntu to scan our hard disk after 35 hard disk mounts when the system boots.
sudo tune2fs -c 35 /dev/sda1
Note: change ‘/dev/sda1/’ with your own partition