> Following on from my problems with resizing an ext3
> partition, I've decided to go with LVM.
> My logical volume is created now, and I'm about to put a
> filesystem on it.
> Given that the logical volume is currently 25GB and I will be
> extending it to approx 220GB once data is moved to it, what
> filesystem should I use?
> I'd prefer to stick with ext3 because I know it, but can I be
> guaranteed that I'll be able to extend the filesystem given
> my provious hassles?
>> Any input appreciated.
To be honest (I know this wont be a popular opinion but...) I tend to
use vfat for large data partitions. That way it can be accessed and
manipulated with just about anything. Also I tend to go this way because
I multiboot most of my systems and want files easily shared between OS.
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