I had a lot of problems with reiserfs, including 2 forced reinstallations. But
it was probably because at that time I didn't realize that qmail queue
doesn't like modern file systems (because sync).
Nowadays, ext3 and ext2(only for /var/qmail/queue) do a good on my systems.
I'm very happy with that combination.
Em Thursday 08 January 2004 09:36, Eduardo Jaime Quiros Batres escreveu:
> there is a patch for qmail to correct the way Linux filesystem work and how
> BSD filesystem works. If I'm not mistaken, qmail was developed for BSD and
> I did have some problem with reiserFS until I applied the patch
> Juan Hernandez writes:
> > Depending on your needs you'd better consider twice a raid file
> > system... If it's a single server, stick with reiserFS, it's been
> > working for almost 3 years flawlessly in my systems
> > Juan
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Jeff Koch [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > Sent: jueves, 08 de enero de 2004 0:21
> > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > Subject: [vchkpw] Best FileSystem
> > Hi:
> > We're using RH8.0 and the ext3 journalling filesystem with vpopmail. We
> > have been getting filesystem errors (lost inodes) and are wondering
> > whether
> > ext3 is appropriate for qmail/vpopmail and what the best filesystem
> > might
> > be for this application. Is anyone using RAID with qmail/vpopmail?
> > Best Regards,
> > Jeff Koch, Intersessions
Mário Viana Barbosa
SecrelNet ISP - Brazil