Patrick Ale wrote:
On 12/22/07, Christopher Chan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

I'd say XFS. But with the restriction you have battery-backed caches
and redundant PSUs. XFS is so fast cause of it's caching mechanism. A
power failure without battery-backed caches or redundant PSU will make
you cry. And after you cry chances are very big you'll cry a lot more
due to corruption.

I think you meant having a UPS system. The I-RAM is a DRAM media drive and as such it has zero caches and we want to protect against the contents in main system RAM not making it.


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