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SubjectRe: ext3 vs resiserfs vs xfs
On Thu, 8 Nov 2001, Arjan van de Ven wrote:

>
> The basic idea is "everything which can be a module will be a module",
> even scsi is a module. And if you use grub, it's 100% transparent as the
> initrd
> will be automatically added to the grub config when you install the RH
> kernel rpm;
> even if you use lilo the initrd is supposed to be made for you

Is there no overhead (except in boot time) in using initrd? If there is, and
ext3fs becomes the normative fs, IMHO ext3 should be part of the kernel, and
not an add-on.

Thanks,

Zvi.

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Thursday, 22 Heshvan 5762, 8 November 2001, 2:07PM

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