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Re: freevxfs?

Ok, I'll learn to read one day.  Right now I'm trying to figure out why 
high IO locks this machine up dead tight (which requires a FSCK of a 
dirty disk, thus the thought of vxfs)...

Got a good link on scsi termination?   I've got the last disk doing term
power and that's it so I'm now confused.

Thus spake J.H.M. Dassen (Ray) (jhm@cistron.nl):

> On Wed, Aug 01, 2001 at 14:25:46 -0600, Robert L. Harris wrote:
> > I see in the kernel we can now do a "freevxfs" which is a journaling
> > filesystem.  I can't find a "mkfs.freevxfs" or the like.
> Which is hardly surprising, as the help for CONFIG_VXFS_FS says: "Currently
> only readonly access is supported.".
> Ray
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