>>>>> "kl" == kevin lyda <kevin at suberic.net> writes:
kl> There are some important patches in the tree, notable the
kl> ext2fs and minixfs disk corruption fixes that Ingo Molnar
kl> and Al Viro did. 2.4.x finally no longer eats disks under
kl> very extreme testing with the Cerberus test
kl> suite. Needless to say this is good news.
kl> what the extreme conditions are, i don't know but it would make me
Well, I've been running 2.4 since test9 or so on my home box and I
have lost no data whatsoever. When they say "extreme" they do tend to
mean *extreme*. Now running 2.4.2 with XFS and a sane partitioning
scheme at long last.
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