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SubjectRe: reiserfs4

> 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/

Tried the tool.
Didn't work for me, and I was told by the author that it requires 50%
space for operation..which defeats the purpose for which I was hoping to
use it (lack of space). If it works with 50% free, I suppose it will
make people's lives easier, though the same could be achieved with a few
resizes and parted. I was more interested in something that requires
very little space to operate and is able to convert the fs.





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