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SubjectRe: Ext3 filesystem info?
Stephen C. Tweedie <> wrote:
> ext3. You just create a journal file on the ext2 filesystem and tell
> the kernel where to find it. Then when you mount it as ext3, everything
> is automatically journaled to that file.

What we do need, however, is some sort of mke3fs which automatically
creates the journal file of the appropriate size. If there turns out to be
a rule of thumb, that is :-)

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