Re: ReiserFS bugchecks on external drive (was Re: USB 2.0 Drive Reliability/Stability?)
On Feb 02 2005, Ron Johnson wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-02-02 at 13:12 -0200, Rogério Brito wrote:
> > I had problems getting filesystem corruption when I used it with the USB
> > port (at the time, I didn't have a Firewire card), with the SCSI layer
> > saying that the media was removed from the device (something quite weird
> > indeed, as it was in the middle of an rsync and I obviously didn't mess
> > with it when I was doing such copies).
> I've got an external USB2/Firewire enclosure with a 60GB drive.
> When the drive was formatted reiserfs, it would always puke trying
> to copy large amounts (10+GB) of data at the same time. This was
> whether using tar or cp.
> ext3 handles it fine, though.
I haven't used reiserfs for a *looong* while. I was talking about ext3
here. Sure, not with kernel 2.6.10, but with an earlier kernel from the 2.6
I see that usb-storage has had many improvements since then, though.
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