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    SubjectRe: ext2 filesystem corruption on linux 2.2.9 with a Big-Endian proce ssor [PPC]
    On Tue, Jun 15, 1999 at 02:56:12PM +0200, Patrick Lerda wrote:
    > I still have my ext2 linux partition quickly corrupted on my
    > PowerPC box. I try to make an ext2 partition on my hard drive, and on a
    > ramdisk ... These disks are quickly corrupted.
    > Otherwise the NFS filesystem works well on this box!
    > Is there someone working on a big endian processor (PowerPC,680x0, ...)
    > and having
    > (or not having at all) problems with ext2 on recent linux kernel ?
    > I need a confirmation to track this problem this problem on this
    > platform.

    Ext2 works like a charm on big endian SPARC and UltraSPARC machines and it
    have been working for ages already, so I guess it will be something else.

    Jakub Jelinek | |
    Administrator of SunSITE Czech Republic, MFF, Charles University
    UltraLinux | |
    Linux version 2.2.9 on a sparc64 machine (1343.49 BogoMips)

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