Just a doubt: FFS is not the same as UFS (unix filesystem)??? I installed
FreeBSD and let FreeBSD to partition my hard drive and in fstab I have the
partitions mounted as UFS.
2006/9/5, Bill Moran <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
In response to Chuck Swiger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> On Sep 5, 2006, at 1:41 PM, Jordi Carrillo wrote:
> > I was thinking about using rdiff-backup to do incremental backups
> > and ext2 type filesystem, as I don't use windows at all. Ext2
> > because I sometimes switch to Linux. I don't know if FFS is
> > recognized by Linux.
> I think modern flavors of Linux support FFS OK, so FFS should work,
> otherwise ext2...
Note that I don't believe that any Linuxi support FFS2, but it's been
several months since I've checked. I also seem to remember warnings
about buggy FFS drivers for Linux. Are the ext2 drivers for FreeBSD
If you format FFS, make sure to do FFS1 -- FFS2 is the default in newer
versions of FreeBSD. ext2 might be a safer bet.
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