On Tue, May 08, 2001 at 10:38:39AM +0100, Wynne, Conor came forth with:
>> Thats all fine, till the day when the ESB go on strike, and your UPS dies,
> all the while the drives were whizzing around, you can easily get corrupted
> data. In normal operation data loss does not/rarely occur(s). But.... wait
> till you have to fsck gigs and gigs manually! Its a barrel of laughs.
>don't rely on a Journalling file system to prevent data loss.
In the case of NTFS, it only guarantees that the filesystem will be in
a consistent state, not that data you wrote to a file will be there.
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