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SubjectRe: reiserfs, xfs, ext2, ext3
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On Mié 09 May 2001 21:32, Joel Jaeggli wrote:
> I have a proxy server that's been running 2.4.3pre4 with reiserfs for the
> partitions on the cache disks. it has an uptime of 43 days at this point.
> it wasn't very stable at all (two crashes in one week) with 2.4.2. I'll be
> building 2.4.4 something when I get back from ghana to the US, but I don't
> want to reboot it onto a fresh kernel while I'm 11,000 miles away, serial
> console notwithstanding.
>
> Overall I'm of the belief that reiserfs is robust enough for mainstream
> use, and it's significantly faster than ext2 for the squid box, you do as
> usal need to be a bit selective about what kernel you choose to run.

Could you give un information on the hardware you're using for that proxy?

Saludos... :-)

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