From: Mark Kilmartin (mrk at domain renre-europe.com)
Date: Tue 28 Aug 2001 - 14:59:11 IST
Anybody know if ext3 can easly support online resizing.
Because IMHO other than th efact it is journeled this is the best
feature of reiserfs.
On Tue, 2001-08-28 at 14:13, kevin lyda wrote:
> see here:
> summary (in speed order):
> ext2 < jfs < xfs < ext3 < reiserfs
> it really looks like ext3 will win out in the end however for home
> user boxes. for newer servers, jfs looks best. on further thought
> though it would seem like the following fs layout would be best:
> / ext2
> /usr ext2 (optionally in ro mode)
> /tmp tmpfs
> /var ext3/jfs
> /home ext3/jfs
> app specific dirs (/var/lib/mysql, /var/www, etc) should be ext3/jfs
> filesystems. in the short term ext3 looks favorable even for new systems
> since pretty much every emergency boot disk can get at ext3 partitions
> (in ext2 mode).
> ok, thoughts, flames, etc...
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