Is there anyway to close fsck messages during startup?

Is there anyway to hide fsck messages during startup? I read archwiki-fsck but only found 2 solutions:

  1. stop the fsck
  2. use systemd-fsck@.service instead

Do you want to disable fsck upon boot, or just “hide” the redundant message?

If the latter, add the GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT option console=tty3 to “redirect” the messages to TTY3.

The file to edit is /etc/default/grub

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Thanks! I mean hide the reduntant message.

It is the same as Stuck at Manjaro: clean, …/…files, …/…blocks when shutting down - Support - Manjaro Linux Forum

but loglevel=3 do nothing for me.

If there is any fsck message, like run fsck ...., then the filesystem must be repaired.

I didn’t write anything about loglevel.

you should be referring;
https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Silent_boot
sections;

  • kernel parameters
  • fsck (altering mkinitcpio hooks and create/edit systemd-fsck-root.service and systemd-fsck@.service)

on top of archwiki-fsck.