On Fri, Jan 23, 2004 at 10:18:35AM -0800, Joshua D. Drake wrote:
> >
> Not I. We have had issues with JFS and data corruption on a powerout but
> XFS has been rock solid in all of our tests.

Sorry, it was Josh Berkus:


> There is nothing else on Linux that comes close to that. Plus XFS has been
> proven in a 64 bit environment (Irix).

I had lots of happy experiences with XFS when administering IRIX
boxes[1], but I don't know what differences the Linux port entailed. 
Do you have details on that?  We're certainly looking for an option
over JFS at the moment.


[1] I will note, however, that it was practically the only happy
experience I had with them.  IRIX made the early Debian installer
look positively user-friendly, and SGI's desire to make everything
whiz-bang nifty by running practically every binary setuid root gave
me fits.  But XFS was nice.

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