Re: ReiseFS vs XFS
Why is it interesting to have a different partition
for / and for /home? I have never seen the point in a
computer. Isnt it more painful to have to calculate
the size for each partition
--- Henrique de Moraes Holschuh <email@example.com>
> On Sun, 25 Sep 2005, Ron Johnson wrote:
> > For / , why not use ext3?
> Agreed. ext3 is stable, quite fast enough (IF you're
> using kernel 2.6 and
> enable all optionals) and it is extremely *safe*.
> AND it has the best set
> of recovery tools I know of, should you actually
> need them.
> If you are doing a proper install where / contains
> not much more than /etc,
> /lib, /sbin, /bin, /boot and a few other oddities
> (certianly not /home,
> /srv, /usr, /var or /tmp), then you really are
> better off using ext3 there
> for safety.
> "One disk to rule them all, One disk to find them.
> One disk to bring
> them all and in the darkness grind them. In the
> Land of Redmond
> where the shadows lie." -- The Silicon Valley
> Henrique Holschuh
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