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Other filesystem parameters

In addition to using tune2fs[1] to set maximum mount count, you can use it to update other filesystem parameters on Linux ext2 filesystems, such as error behavior, reserved blocks count or percentage, and the number of users and groups that can use the reserved blocks.

Synopsis

tune2fs [ -l ] 
[ -c max-mount-counts ] 
[ -e errors-behavior ] [ -f ] 
[ -i interval-between-checks ] [ -j ] [ -J journal-options ] 
[ -m reserved-blocks-percentage ] 
[ -o [^]mount-options[,...] ] [ -r reserved-blocks-count ] 
[ -s sparse-super-flag ] 
[ -u user ] [ -g group ] [ -C mount-count ] 
[ -E extended-options ] [ -L volume-name ] 
[ -M last-mounted-directory ] [ -O [^]feature[,...] ] 
[ -T time-last-checked ] [ -U UUID ] device 

Description

tune2fs allows the system administrator to adjust various tunable filesystem parameters on Linux ext2, ext3, or ext4 filesystems. The current values of these options can be displayed by using the -l option to tune2fs(8) program, or by using the dumpe2fs(8) program.

[1] tune2fs: adjust tunable filesystem parameters on ext2/ext3/ext4 filesystems