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SubjectRe: raid is dangerous but that's secret (was Re: [patch] ext2/3: document conditions when reliable operation is possible)
also sprach Jesse Brandeburg <> [2009.08.31.1949 +0200]:
> In the case of a degraded array, could the kernel be more
> proactive (or maybe even mdadm) and have the filesystem remount
> itself withOUT journalling enabled?  This seems on the surface to
> be possible, but I don't know the internal particulars that might
> prevent/allow it.

Why would I want to disable the filesystem journal in that case?

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