Get your disk back quicker after a crash or powerfail
fsck -y /dev/hda1
If Linux asks you to run fsck on a partition, and it is just a power failure or a repeated problem, then speed things up with the -y option.
fsck runs at the same speed, but you don't get prompted about fixing the problems, it just does it.
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