Quoting fuzzbucket (fuzzbucket at eircom.net):
> I'm not sure if I want my system to keep ticking over if something as
> vital as block devices start going a bit wobbly. I think if there's a
> chance of data corruption I'd prefer my kernel to panic and sieze up :)
>> To use an entirely inappropriate car analogy (I'm gunning for a CEO
> position) would you like your engine to keep going if you steering
> stopped working?
The example I had in mind was the various schemes for handling crypto
filesystems: Filesystem integrity is checked at that level, not at the
Sorry to not have examples handy.
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Best Regards, Rick Moen, rick at linuxmafia.com
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