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Re: should I try ext3 filesystems even though barely documented?

I managed to convert my laptop (a P133 junker) to use ext3 and it's stable as before. I have no problems. It helped significantly because occasionally StarOffice and/or suspend to disk may not work nicely and I have to forcefully powerdown. The fix time costs like 1 second and I don't notice any significant decrease in speed. On this junker laptop I doubt I'll notice any difference in speed anyways. I'd think ext3 may not be so essential on a modern PC as long as you don't have too much HD space, but otherwise, I'll definately use it. It has been treating me great, no more of those fsck times.


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