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Re: reiserfs vs ext3fs



On Mon, 6 Oct 2003 19:30:42 +0100
Yves Rutschle <debian@rutschle.net> wrote:

> On Mon, Oct 06, 2003 at 08:04:33PM +0200, Martin Schmiderer wrote:
> > you can use xfs. It 's a very fast journaling filesystem. Im 
> > sorry becouse my english is bad... But xfs is the only one i put 
> > on my harddisks, it's great ;-). Test it with hdparm and some 
> > disasters in there you have restore youre filesystem xfs works 
> > very well...
> 
> I thought about using xfs when installing on a new laptop
> recently, then realised that the current install ISOs don't
> let you install with anything else than ext2. How would one
> go about installing with a totally different fs, without
> using too much aspirin? (Me things probably just wait for
> Sarge install disks...)
You could wait or look at http://people.debian.org/~ieure/netinst/faq.html
prehaps more importantly http://people.debian.org/~blade/boot-floppies/netinst-full-pre/
get the bootbf2.4.iso
That has a 2.4 kernel and ext3 and reiserfs 

Dan
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