fsstat - report filesystem status
fsstat reports on the status of the filesystem on special_file. During
startup, this command is used to determine if the filesystem needs
checking before it is mounted. fsstat succeeds if the filesystem is
unmounted and appears O.K. For the root filesystem, it succeeds if the
filesystem is active and not marked bad. fsstat attempts to assure that
the blocksize of the device matches that specified in the device volume
The command has the following exit codes:
0 The filesystem is not mounted and appears O.K., except for root,
where 0 means mounted and O.K.
1 The filesystem is not mounted and needs to be checked.
2 The filesystem is mounted.
3 The command failed.
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