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    SubjectRe: Moving ext3 journal file
    Dixitur de H. Peter Anvin respondebo ad:
    > Andreas Dilger wrote:
    (...)
    > > Because .journal is created as immutable, even if it was backed up and
    > > tried to be restored, it would be impossible to write to. For the
    > > "accursed" ext2 dump, it recognizes the "nodump" flag, but also knows
    > > enough not to back up the journal file. Sadly, neither cpio or tar
    > > know about ext2 attributes.
    > Nor scp, nor rsync, nor find, nor...

    Neither they do about UCB FFS attributes... they even have separate
    user/system immutable flags :)

    What about pax(1)? I guess it doesn't either, because cpio is just pax.

    -mirabilos
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