Bug#397675: checkfs fails during init with OCFS2 partitions
[ Frederik Schüler]
> Manual fscking of these filesystems is mandatory.
This sound to me like a good argument to make -a a no-op, and not do
any checking when it is specified. fsck.fstype -a is the interface
used by fsck, and this make me believe it should work also for
fsck.ocfs2. Would such change solve the problem with boot?
I believe it is best to avoid special case handling in the generic
initscripts, and thus am reluctant to try to solve it here. Of
course, it could be solved in fsck, teaching it to not call
'fsck.ocfs2 -a'. I doubt the fsck developers want to handle specially
the ocfs2 file system, thought.