JFS vs EXT3 vs XFS vs ReiserFS
jonorland at gmail.com
Wed Apr 30 15:44:09 UTC 2008
2008/4/29 Paul S <paulatgm at gmail.com>:
> I've reinstalled hardy 4 times over the past 2 months due to the EXT3
> filesystem getting corrupted. I didn't have any such problem on gutsy,
> just hardy.
> I'm just running a desktop, but using crypto and lvm to put both the
> root and swap within the same partition, with a separate small /boot
> partition. All done from the alternate installer.
> So, after 3 installs with EXT3, I decided to try something else. I
> notice the installer offers JFS, XFS, and ReiserFS, so I picked JFS for
> the 4th reinstall.
> I've been running it a couple days and have purposely crashed the system
> at least 10 times and not yet had any filesystem problem. This makes me
> believe there is some bug in the EXT3 driver rather than a hardware
> problem on my harddrive. I have a Seagate Technologies harddrive.
> I also noticed some bugs on launchpad about similar experiences with
> EXT3, but no solutions.
> I read some on wikipedia and googling, but I couldn't get anything more
> than specifications .. nothing on performance comparisons among the 4.
> Anyone know any reason to avoid JFS or use any other?
Im not sure but i dont think ReiserFS support quota if you want to use that.
And how about ACL on ReiserFS, any know?
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