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Re: XFS Filesystem problem

Am Sonntag, den 27.05.2007, 20:22 +0000 schrieb George N. White III:
> I'd want to do some serious testing before using XFS in your environment. 
> Is there a reason you can't use ext3?
No. I want to test it before using it at customer sites. At one cutomer
the fsck on ext3 takes 2 hours - they are losing money.

>   XFS is needed in situations where 
> you are losing data and or money while systems are down (remote sensing 
> and other time-critical high-volume data collection, numerical simulation, 
> video production, etc.).  I'd venture that most heavily used XFS systems
> are not using (register-starved) ix86, and are using SCSI, FC, or SAS 
> storage.  You aren't getting the full benefits of all the testing that 
> has been done.
> George N. White III  <aa056@chebucto.ns.ca>

Does that mean there should not be problems on scsi-storages?

Andreas Grabner

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