dirkw at rentec.com
Tue Aug 28 11:24:01 CDT 2001
i wouldn't phrase it in that way. what you mean by support is probably
that it'll be included in 7.2.
i know that ST is more on the careful side, which is good. but i
wouldn't trust a filesystem which has the version number 0.0.7a. my
data is just too valuable. if you need logging in a server environment,
look into XFS (my personal preference), JFS (umm, well they jumped
from version 0.3 over 1.0 to 2.x) or reiserfs, which is on Linux the
journalled fs which has probably the widespreadests use. it should be
also included in your redhat kernel. don't know however whether the
knfsd patch is included, which is important for early 2.4.x kernels if you
and plan to nfs export reiserfs.
On Tue, 28 Aug 2001, Chris Chabot wrote:
> Redhat 7.1 doesnt officialy support ext3 yet.. 7.2 (currently in beta 2
> stage) does.
> For any detailed questions, my advice would be to go to the redhat ext3
> mailing lists and/or check the bugzilla.redhat.com database for 'ext3'
> bugs ;-)
> -- Chris
> Zeki Mokhtarzada wrote:
> > I am tempted to convert my filesystem to ext3 using:
> > tune2fs -j /dev/sdXX
> > Are their any pitfalls I need to watch out for? Other than losing a
> > little disk space, are their any drawbacks? Are their any risks? Is
> > there any way tune2fs will mess up my partition? Do I have to remount
> > once I'm done? I am running Redhat 7.1 (2.4.2-2smp), is there
> > anything I can do to make sure that I have all the tools that I
> > need? Thanks.
> > -Zeki
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