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    Re: Which file system to use with Debian? (Score: 1)
    by Bklyn on Wednesday, March 20 @ 20:19:12 GMT
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    Reiser also had horrible problems with being exported via NFS in some older 2.4.x (<=12 maybe?) revisions. Even if the export was read-only, the filesystem would get corrupted and/or kick out errors in kern.log. I still have some reiser partitions, mostly for lack of space to convert them, but I much prefer ext3 also. The tools (e.g. e2fsck, tune2fs) are better and the design more mature.

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    Re: Which file system to use with Debian? (Score: 1)
    by kveton (scott-at-kveton-dot-com) on Thursday, March 21 @ 15:50:31 GMT
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    Actually, its not. So I re-did some of these tests as per the above comment (the user actually sent me some email) and the conclusions remained the same.

    As I said in my email to this person, use whatever filesystem you want. I took filesystems readily available in the latest “stable” kernel and ran tests on the same hardware with no fancy tricks. ReiserFS was the fastest of filesystems I tested. If/when ext3 matures and is faster … I’ll use it ….

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