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SubjectRe: ReiserFS? How reliable is it? Is this the future?
I use reiserfs on
a) P3(450) machine 440BX/ZX Chipset 82371AB PIIX4 IDE UDMA33
b) athlon(1100) VIA KT133 something IDE UDMA33

On both of them i have spurious small file garbage problems
during compiling.

There was no situation with real trouble, no permanent damage,
restarting the job solved the problem all the time.

I could not find a real corrupt file on disk.
It seems to me like the corruption happens in memory only.
(just an impression)
The machine with less memory triggers it more likely.

On 2.4.3-pre6 a file that has not been changed for months
was sometimes not found.

I have no problems on the ext2 partitions.
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