wayward4now at gmail.com
Fri Apr 24 06:20:33 UTC 2009
On Thu, 2009-04-23 at 15:40 -0400, stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net wrote:
> Chris Jones wrote:
> > Hi,
> > On 23 Apr 2009, at 6:40PM, Steven Vollom wrote:
> >> When I installed the Jaunty Rc release, I labored over the thought
> >> of using
> >> ext4, remembering all the prior warnings. Nonetheless, I installed
> >> using the
> >> ext4 file system believing the problems would surely be resolved in
> >> the Rc.
> >> The file systems that currently hold my data in partitions are
> >> ext3. Is it
> >> possible to change them to ext4 while data is still in them? If so,
> >> what is
> >> the procedure? Thanks!
> > What do you expect to gain switching to ext4 ?
> > Yes, ext4 is an advancement over ext3, and for sure the way of the
> > future. However, most of the advantages only come into play with truly
> > huge file systems, which the average user does not have.
> > Just stick with ext3 wold be my advice... Even a tiny risk of data
> > lose really isn't worth the gains...
> > cheers Chris
> > Is there a way to reverse what I have done. I chose ext4 when I installed Jaunty Rc?
Was it ext4 that led to your read-only error? Ric
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