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Re: fsfs and Linux filesystems

From: Oliver Pajonk <oliver.pajonk_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-04 10:34:49 CEST

2005/9/2, Jari Aalto <jari.aalto@cante.net>:

> To each of their own. I experienced constant Kernel panics with
> ReiserFS 3.6, which was using LVM underneath with both 2.4+ and 2.6
> kernels for about a year. The machines went hi-wire regularly after
> month or two until I finally had the time to reinstall and change the
> FS to reliable ext3.

I can only second this: here it was even worse, I more than once found a
dead reiserfs 3.x on one of my hdds. No chances to revive it, no possibility
to find out why the $'%& it chrashed and all data was lost. Now I am using
xfs and no problems so far, even on virtual linux disks inside a co-linux on
windows 2003. I also never had problems with ext3, but xfs can be easily
extended to a new partition size which I use relatively often.

Oliver Pajonk
Received on Sun Sep 4 10:36:25 2005

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