On Tue, Jul 27, 2010 at 6:19 PM, Stan Hoeppner <email@example.com>
Volkan YAZICI put forth on 7/27/2010 8:22 AM:
> You are missing a very important point: Durability to power failures.
> (Excuse me, but a majority of GNU/Linux users are not switched to a UPS
> or something.) And that's where XFS totally fails.
a fantastic piece of FOSS into which many top-of-their-game
kernel engineers have put tens of thousands of man hours, striving to make it
the best it can be--and are wildly succeeding.
That's was very informative, thanks. You got me curious and I will test XFS on my home system. To be honest I am still little wary of using XFS in a production environment. For years now I have heard stories of power failures with catastrophic results when using XFS. Anyone who using XFS in a mission critical production environment? Anyone has experience with that?