Re: Which filesystem for a notebook?
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>>>>> "Alexander" == Alexander Clouter <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Alexander> 3. if your partition goes above 75% disk usage (or something
Alexander> like that) performace is not particular great.
The number is 90%. If it was 75%, nobody would use it, but at 90%, it
may be about time to be looking at a larger hard drive anyways.
Alexander> The only disadvantage with XFS compared to ReiserFS ...
Also, ReiserFS is better at handling lots of small files than any other
filesystem, if you need that kind of thing. (Usually a big advantage
e.g. for mail servers which use maildir's instead of mbox's. For a
single user box, it depends on what kind of files you use mostly.)
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