Re: Redhat 7.3 bugfix

I have used logging with Solaris for quite some time
and have never noticed a problem..but ext2 is
certainly very fast and I suppose that relatively speaking
ext3 does extract quite a penalty.  

I would strongly recommend ext3 or some other Linux
journaling file system for your non data partitions.

I have never had corrupted files or lost file systems
after power failures under Solaris UFS+logging, but I know
that certainly does happen under ext2.

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Sent: Monday, July 22, 2002 11:33 AM
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On Mon, 22 Jul 2002, Geff Underwood wrote:

> Ext3 is ext2 with journalling (a system meant to make crash recovery
> faster and more reliable) added.

Thanks. With all those files to keep track of on the disk, I can see why 
it slows it down!

Gilbert Sebenste
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