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Re: How to serve a repository from a filesystem with no access right support?

From: Toby Thain <toby_at_smartgames.ca>
Date: 2007-11-29 17:07:51 CET

On 29-Nov-07, at 1:04 PM, John Peacock wrote:

> I truly don't understand why anyone using Linux [who had a choice]
> would choose NTFS over almost any other native Linux filesystem


> (especially ext3).

And I would add, for crash robustness and nice performance
characteristics, Reiser3. (I've seen ext3 toss everything after a
power fail, but never seen R3 screw up, in yeasr of use.)

For the maximum guarantee of data integrity (versus hardware and
other errors), ZFS (not available on Linux of course).


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