On Mon 22 May 2006 12:14, Bernhard Rohrer wrote:
> Hi folks
>> what are the current experiences with reiserfs? in 2002 it lost me a
> partition and i heard lots of other reports that it was buggy as h**l.
> has that changed?
Well I've been using it for donkeys, never had a problem with it.
I have recently changed to XFS as it seemed to provide more of a balance
between performance and CPU usage, but a couple of time when I've shut down
my new server the filesystem crashes (lovely stack trace), and I have to
power off manually.
Each time this happens my /etc/modprobe.conf gets trashed, and the system if
fubar'd on reboot. I have to copy the /etc/modprobe.conf from backups.
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