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SubjectRe: [reiserfs-list] Re: ReiserFS data corruption in very simple configuration
In article <> you wrote:
> What I meant is this: AFAIK, if you exclude broken hardware, in ext2 there
> is no chance of a file that was never written to since mounting being
> corrupted on a crash

Well, you can eighter lose the file due to a broken directory (maybe you
find the missing inode in lost+found) or it can even corrupt the file due to
a ext2 software error, which is unlikely but all filesystems in development
are reported to eat files every now and then.

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