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SubjectRe: XFS?
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On Thu, 2002-09-12 at 16:53, jbradford@dial.pipex.com wrote:

> > In any case, one could always mark XFS as "experimental" for some time.
>
> Exactly, I think we should.
>

I disagree. Ask the people who are using it in anger (which I am) and I
think you'll find they don't think the code quality warants an
"experimental" tag.

>
> > >EXT2 is a very capable filesystem, and has *years* of proven
> > >reliability. That's why I'm not going to switch away from it for
> > >critical work any time soon.
> >

So does XFS. It just happens to be measured in IRIX years.

-tony

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