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    SubjectRe: Announcing Journaled File System (JFS) release 1.0.0 available
    Hi,

    first of all congratulations for finishing the initial first release.
    Some questions, just out of curiosity:


    >* Fast recovery after a system crash or power outage
    >
    >* Journaling for file system integrity
    >
    >* Journaling of meta-data only
    >

    does this mean JSF/Linux always journals only the meta-data, or is that
    an option?
    Does it perform full data-journaling under AIX?

    >* Extent-based allocation
    >
    >* Excellent overall performance
    >
    >* 64 bit file system
    >
    >* Built to scale. In memory and on-disk data structures are designed to
    > scale beyond practical limit

    Is this scaling only for size, or also for performance (many disks on
    many controllers) like XFS (at least on SGI iron)?

    Thanks
    Martin
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