Re: Single root filesystem evilness decreasing in 2010? (on workstations)
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Stan Hoeppner wrote:
> /var up2u ext2 sequential write/read, journal unnecessary
I don't see the advantage of ext2 over ext3 here (or for that matter
anywhere else, which may just be my ignorance). The journal may be
unnecessary, but it doesn't cost much either, neither performance nor
space in noticeable quantities.
> *You may trust ext4 at this point, but I, and many others don't. xfs beats
> ext4 in every category, so why bother with ext4?
Exactly. If any Ubuntu maintainers were on this list, we could ask them,
they see some reason for it (but I don't know what it is).
> If you have a 500GB, 750GB, 1TB, 1.5TB, 2TB disk, leave the freak'n bulk of
> it unallocated until you actually need it.
How exactly is that useful w/o LVM? How is the space supposed to be
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