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SubjectRe: [Ext2-devel] [RFC 0/13] extents and 48bit ext3
Hi!

> >Please don't. AFAIK, ext2/3 is only filesystem with
> >working fsck
> >(because that fsck was actually needed in the old
> >days). Starting from
> >xfs/jfs/reiser/??? means we no longer have working
> >fsck...
>
> Er, what do you mean by "working fsck"?

Passes 8 hours of me trying to intentionally break it with weird,
artifical disk corruption.

I even have script somewhere.

> Unless I'm misunderstanding something, JFS also has a
> working fsck
> (which has actually performed successful repair of
> real-world
> filesystem corruption for me, although I haven't used it
> as much as
> e2fsck or xfs_repair).

...like, if it repaired 100 different, non-trivial corruptions, that
would be argument.

fsck.ext2 survives my torture (in some versions). fsck.vfat never
worked for me (likes to segfault), fsck.reiser never worked for me.

Pavel
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