Disk check on startup, can't connect with ssh

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http://askubuntu.com – I run ubuntu server and use SSH to work on it. I've noticed that once in a while after a reboot, the server will ask for a disk check. I have to manually tell the system to run or ignore it. However, I have no monitor attached to my server, and I won't be able to connect with SSH as long as the disk check didn't completed or was ignored. Is there a way to: - automatically do the disk checks without the need of my permission? - start the SSH server before the disk check (I doubt this) - don't do any disk checks (but this seems to me kind of a cheap way, because the checks are useful) Kind reg (HowTos)