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SubjectRe: XFS?
> > > >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.

Don't forget you're talking four megabytes of ported code.

By the way, just out of curiosity, would someone kindly have a go at
summarizing what's going on inside XFS that would justify its sources
being almost six times the size of reiserfs? I have read the XFS
feature list carefully, however, I still fail to see where the great
difference is.

T.
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