On Tue, Jul 18, 2006 at 04:15:42PM +0200, Goswin von Brederlow wrote:
> Francesco Pietra <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> The most recent FS is generaly the one with the most unfound bugs left
> and often a lot of design kinks that remain to be fixed.
> Something like ext2 on the other hand has all the bugs and kinks
> worked out over the years and there is very little new code that could
> go wrong.
Ext3 should do as well. The same team that maintains ext2 also
maintains ext3. Ext3 is like ext2, but with journaling and directory
indexing. Bug fixes from ext3 get backported to ext2.
Very likely there will be an ext4 filesystem that starts with the same
functionality as ext3, but will get extents and 64 bit block
addressing (and problably other neat features on the go).
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