Re: should I try ext3 filesystems even though barely documented?
If you're to use it on machines that would have intermittent power
supply (like public terminals, desktop machines that you turn on/off
regularly), ext3 performs quite well.
The documentation for ext2 aptly covers ext3 as well. S. Tweedie also
has a very good paper regarding ext3 (Journalling the Second Extended
FileSystem) thus it ain't "barely documented."
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