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SubjectRe: [patch] delayed disk block allocation
Hi!

> ReiserFS V3 is pretty stable right now. Fsck is usually the last thing
> to stabilize for a filesystem, and we were no exception to that rule.
>
> ReiserFS V3 will last for probably another 3 years (though it will
> remain supported for I imagine at least a decade, maybe more), with V4
> gradually edging it out of the market as V4 gets more and more stable.
> During at least the next year we will keep some staff adding minor
> tweaks to V3. For instance, our layout policies will improve over the
> next few months, journal relocation is about to move from Linux 2.5 to
> 2.4, and data write ordering code is being developed by Chris. I don't
> know how long fsck maintenance for V3 will continue, but it will be at
> least as long as users find bugs in it.

When you think youer fsck works, let me know. I have some tests to find
bugs in fsck....
Pavel
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