From: John P . Looney (valen at domain tuatha.org)
Date: Wed 06 Oct 1999 - 18:40:13 IST
On Wed, Oct 06, 1999 at 01:41:28PM +0100, Vincent Cunniffe mentioned:
> A journalling fs keeps a little log of what it's planning on doing,
> and when it's done, it wipes the log.
More importantly, it always adds to the log, and never tries to overwrite
it, in case it's powered-off in mid-write, it won't frag the log (the
primary difference between a "logged" filesystem, and a "journalled"
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