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    JFS and XFS Debian rescue disk released
    Contributed by castorp on Wednesday, March 13 @ 15:10:05 GMT

    File Systems
    A rescue disk for Debian supporting jfs and xfs on kernel 2.4.18 was released by
    Angelo Ovidi for the XFDeb project.

    Root and drivers disks will be ready soon.

     
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    Re: JFS & XFS Debian rescue disk released (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Wednesday, March 13 @ 16:17:51 GMT

    What is the sence behind posting news about unuseable software?

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    Re: JFS and XFS Debian rescue disk released (Score: 1)
    by asjo on Wednesday, March 13 @ 23:29:37 GMT
    (User Info) http://www.koldfront.dk/

    I've created an XFS-root-filesystem, with an external log, on a raid5-device, but I can't for the life of me get Linux to mount it when booting. It oopses.

    Has anybody got such a setup to work?

    If I use an internal log it mounts just fine, but that yields bad performance currently on raid5...

    Best regards,

    Adam.

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    Re: JFS and XFS Debian rescue disk released (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Tuesday, March 19 @ 20:06:52 GMT

    So what exactly is the best journaling FS? For a while I heard reiser. Then people were saying ext3. Now this article suggests that alot of people are using jfs or xfs. Seems like opinions get changed about ever 6-8 weeks.
    Lemme rephrase that quesion: is there a journaling fs that people would NOT use under any circumstance? At this point in the game, are there any that are in production that really shouldnt be?

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