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    SubjectRe: implementing soft-updates
    Hi!

    > I'm just tired of this: "Back when I used to use Linux 2.1.44 my
    > disks were trashed so bad that I lost everything! So use BSD."
    > Last time I checked, BSD fsck didn't have a set of regression tests
    > like ext2 fsck does. On the BSD mailing lists you can read about
    > fsck getting signal 11. So it's not God's Glorious Filesystem by
    > any means.

    Actually, I believe I can make current e2fsck mark filesystem clean when
    it is not [by trashing disk badly and killing lost+found]. If you can mail
    me recent [static] e2fsck, I can test it and create image where it fails.

    Pavel
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    details at http://atrey.karlin.mff.cuni.cz/~pavel/velo/index.html.

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