We have a production server(8.0.2) running 24x7, 300k+ transactions per day.
Linux 2.6.11 / JFS file system.
No problems. It works faster than ext3.

> Alex Turner  wrote:
> 
> > I would also recommend looking at file system.  For us JFS worked 
> > signifcantly 
> >  faster than resier for large read loads and large write loads, so we chose 
> > JFS 
> >  over ext3 and reiser.
>  
> has jfs been reliable for you? there seems to be a lot of conjecture about 
> instability,
> but i find jfs a potentially attractive alternative for a number of reasons.
> 
> richard
> 
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