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SubjectRe: Reiser4 status: benchmarked vs. V3 (and ext3)
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In article <1060351312.25209.468.camel@passion.cambridge.redhat.com> you wrote:
> The practice of using JFFS2 on CF (and other real block devices) isn't
> really something I encourage, but it seems to have happened because
> there isn't a 'real' block device based file system which is
> powerfail-save, optimised for space and which uses compression. If
> reiser4 can fill that gap, that would be pleasing to me.

Thanks for that great article, would you care to describe where the slowness
of JFFS2 is coming from?

Do you have experiences with XFS and ext3 (datajournal) filesystems in terms
of power fail security?


Greetings
Bernd
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