There is a message at system startup: /dev /nvme0n1p6: clean ... - I don't know what it means and how to fix it

Hi, when booting manjaro with the latest stable kernel. The system writes me this message:

/dev/nvme0n1p6: clean, 499853/6791168 files, 6962907/27161344 blocks

This message will then disappear and the system will boot.

Is this behavior normal?

I use the system together with W10 as a secondary system (dualboot).
Next, manjaro will use the kernel version: 5.11.10-1

Hi @mkey,

As far as I’m aware, that is a perfectly normal message. In fact, I also get it. I think it’s because I added the of fsck (File system consistency check, IIRC.) hook in /etc/mkinitcpio.conf.

Hope this helps!

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An explanation at arch and the man page.

# display journal messages for the current boot and grep/filter for the device
journalctl -b -g nvme0n1p

# display journal messages for the current boot and filter by service 
journalctl -b -u 'systemd-fsck*'
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Oh thank you. I will not notice the message. :smiley: