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SubjectRe: implementing soft-updates
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Dominik Kubla <kubla@sciobyte.de> writes:

> The background fsck capability, just like journalling or logging, are
> typically only in needed in 24/7 systems (sure, they are nice to have in
> your home system, but do you _REALLY_ need them? i don't!) and those
> system typically are run on proven hardware which is operated well
> within the specs. So please don't construct these kinds of arguments.

You can already do background fsck on a linux system today. Just do it on
a LVM/EVMS snapshot.


-Andi

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