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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] ext3: Fix typos in messages and comments (journalled -> journaled)
    > > A search of the ACM literature finds "journalized", "journalled" and
    > > "journaled" are all in use for this operation.
    > I hate to get into these discussions, but I've used "journaled" a lot,
    > so I feel I should chime in.

    I noticed and IBM cannot even agree internally 8)

    "Tivoli Storage Manager Journal Based Backup troubleshooting techniques
    and solutions to common problems seen with journalized backups and the
    journal database. This is from a 2005_November_07 Support Technical
    Exchange Web seminar presented by TSM Support staff"

    "IBM Journaled File System (JFS)"

    > That would probably be more correct, but the use of "journal" as a verb
    > has really gotten ingrained in file system developers brains. I
    > personally haven't heard or used "journalized" and it would take some
    > getting used to.

    Mandrake use Journalized File System in various press articles. Mac
    people seem to like journalized too and google shows it used in various
    reviews and articles.

    I think I'm going to follow this up with the professional bodies and see
    if there is an opinion because either the computing world needs to agree
    on a proper English name, or they need to agree on a new one and talk to
    the dictionary people about it.


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