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SubjectRe: reiserfs, xfs, ext2, ext3
Matthias Andree wrote:

> It's probably not. vs-13048 can usually be rectified (ugly, slow but
> usually works on machines even with 256 MB RAM and 1/2 GB swap) by ls
> -laR / or treescan -stat /.


ls can't access the files either, so I don't see how that could rectify
anything. The entire directory becomes inaccessible. This happened to
/lib once. Nasty.

I'd like to be able to use something like reiserfs, especially when
developing (it reduces boot time a lot). However to call it 'stable' on
2.4.4 is simply wrong. If/when the nfs fix gets merged and tested
*then* it stands a chance of being called stable.


Tony


--
Where a calculator on the ENIAC is equpped with 18,000 vaccuum
tubes and weighs 30 tons, computers in the future may have only
1,000 vaccuum tubes and perhaps weigh 1 1\2 tons.
-- Popular Mechanics, March 1949

tmh@magenta-netlogic.com


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