Ivan Voras wrote:
> ext2fs is "stable" in the sense that there are no known bugs, and it's
> 100% compatible with Linux. It "just works".
> Unless you get frequent power outages or similar "hard" errors, the lack
> of journaling shouldn't bother you much.
I suggest that ext2+noatime is going to give him much better performance
vs. ext3 anyway.
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