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systemd-fsck boot message

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – fsck stands for "file system check" [1].  systemd will check all of your filesystems every time you boot [2].  systemd-fsck[145]: /dev/sda4: clean, 2977/296096 files, 85427/1217024 blocks systemd-fsck[151]: /dev/sda1: clean, 345/26104 files, 34083/104388 blocks (check after next mount)These messages mean that there are no problems with your filesystems and they are "clean".  If there ever was a problem with any of your filesystems, these messages are how fsck will let you know so I don't think you want to hide them.[1] https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.ph (HowTos)