We've seen examples of big mail servers hosting gigs and gigs of data
without any specific loss, and it goes fast as well, what else to ask ?
On 08 May 2001 09:50:42 +0100, Wynne, Conor wrote:
> Personally I would go with reiserFS, its basically a journaling file system,
> such as jfs or loath I say it, NTFS, or whatever, the nice thing about it
> is, fsck is gone! If you are lazy and do a reboot without downing the
> volumes correctly then it doesn't care, it still boots in the same time.
> Nice for people with 30GiG volumes. But kinda critical in an enterprise
>> Thats all I know and it ain't much, and I may be wrong :)
>> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stefan [mailto:fstab at aon.at]
> Sent: Monday, May 07, 2001 7:53 PM
> To: ilug at linux.ie> Subject: [ILUG] Reiser-fs
>>> Can someone explain me the differences between a reiser-fs and a extf2? Or
> where i
> can find informations about it?
>> And is it better to use a reiser-fs or a extf2 in a server system?
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