|Why is filesystem check present on tuna yet not on grouper?||Andrew Bartholomew||10/8/12 3:43 PM|
See title. I compared the fstab.tuna to fstab.grouper and noticed one peculiar difference. The check option is present for userdata and cache on tuna (at least for toro) but not grouper (nakasi). I was wondering why this is. Some of us Galaxy Nexus have noticed unusually long boot times that seem to occur at random on Jellybean and I have noticed it on occasion. I also have never seen the long boot times on grouper so I think this file system check that is enabled on the mysid build but not on the nakasi build is related to the longer boot times on mysid.
|Re: Why is filesystem check present on tuna yet not on grouper?||Scott Kaforey||10/10/12 3:09 PM|
I have also noticed this. It seems to have originated with JB, because this never happened with ICS.