> Is anyone using either of the above in Kernel 2.2.x? Even
just on your
> desktop machine.
> Suse supposedly ships resierfs, is it stable enough to
I've used it on my tmp & var partition with the options that
are supposed to speed up things, and on /home and /usr for
about a month and a half. Linux is in constant use, of course.
All-nighters playing Civ:CTP, you see :)
It's fast and reliable, but booting from a bootdisk without
RFS support is the stupidest thing I've done all of 1999...
Lost a few directories (.civctp and .xmms! oh, my!), but I
had a *long* wait for the journal file to replay. Twice.
I've never had a 10MB /var/log/messages before then :/
Anyway, 3.5.14 is out and I'm ready to patch :)
 Or 'most stupid', if you care about correctness
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