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Hey all,
Just thought now might be a good time to mention that I have a few
servers running ReiserFS. They have NFS'd drives shared across, and
have been up for sometime (they're running Mandrake 7.2). Now I know
it's Mandrake, and I have no idea what they do to the RieserFS code in
the kernel, so that might be an important note. Just thought I'd
mention that I have had these servers running for 6+ months :) Also, as
far as hardware, both servers are dual 866 MHz pentiums, with 512 megs
DDR, one with a 15 gig hard drive and the other with a 60 gig drive.
Hope this information helps :)

--Ian Schroeder-Anderson

On Mon, 2001-12-24 at 12:32, Juergen Sauer wrote:
> Am Montag, 24. Dezember 2001 15:53 schrieb Luigi Genoni:
> > I am using NFS to share /usr and /home with reiserFS on three dual
> > Athlon 1500XP, and they have 1 month of uptime and no problems till
> > now. I am using kernel 2.4.13+mosix. I am also using a 2.4.17 NFS
> > server with reiserFS on a k6-II 475Mhz, for slackware installation with
> > NFS, and no problem also there. It happens that I have also very high
> > IO on NFS, so I think I can say it works.
>
> Sounds Well, Merry-X Mas.
> I'll try it on the Test-Server-Range.
>
> mfG
> Jojo
>
>
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