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SubjectRe: need to suggest a good FS:
On Fri, Feb 23, 2001 at 12:20:34PM -0500, Carl D. Speare wrote:
> Actually there isn't. Hmmm, sounds like I'll have some hacking to do...
>
> But I have to ask if this is something that would actually be desirable.
> Given how rare it is, does the Linux community actually want to have YAFS
> (yet another file system) added to the list, especially for an even more
> rare OS like OpenServer 5.0.x? Maybe now that Caldera is involved more
> with SCO, it might be something that happens in a few months anyway...

Make a read-only version; this will make transition from HTFS to
{ext2fs, reiserfs, xfs, jfs, ...} easy. Read-only also has the property
that it won't cause on-disk corruption; at worst, you get in-memory
corruption...


/David
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