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    SubjectRe: scary ext2 filesystem question
    Magnus Ahltorp wrote:
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    > > How about something like the following:
    > >
    > > Q> mke2fs /dev/hdc2
    > > Q> mount -t ext2 /dev/hdc2 /tmp
    > > Q> fsck -V -a | tee /tmp/fsck.log.`date +%Y-%m-%d.%T`
    >
    > On the topic of /tmp, has anyone made a memory file system for Linux?
    > There's always ramdisks, but large filesystems don't work very well
    > with those. I'm after something like SunOS' swap file system or *BSD's
    > mfs.
    >
    > /Magnus
    > map@stacken.kth.se

    Is this basically a ramdisk that swaps? I like it.......
    'twould stop over-use of /tmp by developers who like to put
    things in the wrong places.....

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