Re: How to format and partitionate a disk?
thanks for your help.
> > What do I need to do to get the drive formated and to install a
> > journaled file system?
> Use a boot kernel that supports the file system you're after. The bf2.4
> kernel supports ext3.
Ok, but I don't intend to format a second drive during the installation
process, because it is the backup of the data I want to use.
I was looking for the something like:
format /dev/hda6 and use reiserfs
Btw. Reiser is not supported in bf2.4?!
> > What journaled file systems are mature enough to be used? reiserfs?
> That's somewhat like asking a thousand people which is the best flavor of
> ice cream. You're bound to get several votes for each one. In the end it
> comes down to your opinion.
Well, I am just looking for some journaled file system to be used on a
single processor machine. I would go for the file system which is the
easiest to install and wouldn't punish me with beeing extraordinary