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SubjectRe: reiserfs4
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On Fri, 2003-08-08 at 01:21, Tomas Szepe wrote:

> > This is no longer true.
> > There is sort of "universal" fs convertor for linux that can convert almost
> > any fs to almost any other fs.
> > The only requirement seems to be that both fs types should have read/write support in Linux.
> > http://tzukanov.narod.ru/convertfs/
>
> I'm afraid I cannot recommend using this tool.
>
> A test conversion from reiserfs to ext3 (inside a vmware machine)
> screwed up the data real horrorshow: directory structure seems
> ok but file contents are apparently shifted.

I'm looking at converting (sometime soon) a JFS system to XFS using
convertfs, I'm hoping this "converting" process will come out bug-free.
Other than backing up all the data, and re-formating to XFS, would any
one have suggestings?

convertfs /dev/hde1 jfs xfs

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