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SubjectRe: First draft list of 2.3.x "Things to fix"
> On 5 Jan 2000, Linus Torvalds wrote:
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> >ext3 is not going in, but reiserfs might. Unlike ext3, raiserfs actually
> >has gotten a lot of real-world testing: SuSE seems to be using it in
> >production environments with good results. It's still 2.2.x-based, so it
> >may not make it, but it is at least a potential thing.
huh? i've been using both for a while now, both feel good.
a journaling reiser is not (much) faster than ext3,
but seems easier to implement/maintain since it's ext2 based.
they both recovered nicely after crashes.
does this mean "forget ext3"? can't they coexist? does fine here

tony



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