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    SubjectRe: Ext3 journal on its own device?
    Hi,

    On Mon, Sep 17, 2001 at 06:39:10PM +0200, Christian Bornträger wrote:
    > > But the problem is that I need to use Linux 2.2.19, and the latest Ext3
    > > version for that kernel is 0.0.7a, isn't it?.
    >
    > good point. I am not sure if ext3 is still maintained for linux 2.2, but I
    > doubt it. Andrew or Stephen should be able to answer this question.

    Critical bugfixes only for 2.2. All current development is 2.4 only.
    There are _tons_ of improvements in 2.4 which will not be back-ported;
    2.4 is the official current ext3.

    Cheers,
    Stephen
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