Yaouh! out (update for tangogps maps)
sean at mcneil.com
Fri Jan 23 10:43:14 CET 2009
arne anka wrote:
>>> ext2/3 is not really suited to storing such a large number of small
> afaik ext3 can be configured to use small files.
>> (I don't understand why ext2/3 is used at all these days, as it has
>> been obsolete for years.
> that's nonsense.
>> Except for one bug 8 years ago, ReiserFS has worked flawlessly for me
>> on my desktop systems.)
> i use ext2/3 for over ten years now and never had any problems.
> if you like reiser better, it's ok, but please don't tell such nonsense
> only to justify your likings.
> it's purely a matter of personal preferences, nothing more -- and least of
> all "extX is bad, reiser is good".
There is also a lot of community support for ext with noticeable
active development. I'm not so certain what the condition of ReiserFS is
these days, but I don't think there have been any enhancements or
improvements to match ext4.
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