Description of problem:
I've a test setup with / and /home (not /boot, since grub2 does not support it yet) using f2fs. Reason is these are planned to be on USB flash drive (currently all is on a VM for testing).
The initramfs has the f2fs module and the "fsck.f2fs" tool.
At each boot, apparently the / and /home require a filesystem check, which, still apparently, does not find any problem.
Now, it seems a "fsck" is always called, independently from filesystem, but this one (f2fs) seems to report something strange.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Install some f2fs partition
Checking with "journactl -b" shows lines with:
systemd-fsck[pid]: Info: fix the reported corruption
... some more info from fsck.f2fs ...
For each partition with f2fs.
Well, I guess no corruption should be reported, if not real.
If real, then there is maybe a shutdown problem.
Running "fsck.f2fs", but version 1.9.0, on an generic partition does not seem to report the "Info: fix the reported corruption", but other "Info: ..." lines.
Finally, I'm not sure if this belong to the "f2fs-tools" component, in case not please change accordingly.
Thanks a lot in advance,
Fixed in rawhide https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=24823204