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Subject[OT] Re: Which journalised filesystem uses Linus Torvalds ?
At 11:21 -0500 Roy Murphy wrote:

>'Twas brillig when Sebastien Cabaniols scrobe:
>>With the availability of XFS,JFS,ext3 and ReiserFS I am a
>>little lost and I don't know which one I should use for entreprise
>>class servers.
>
>Well, the Linus Torvalds filesystem (ltfs for short) is a highly developed,
>version control filesystem, but it still has a few shortcomings.

Wrong! If you're Linus you're allowed to declare that backups are for wimps,
and that if you're code is worth the bytes it was written with, it will be
mirrored all over the world. So there's no journal except google.com :)

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