seeking JFS recovery wisdom
johan_brn at yahoo.com
Thu May 3 18:34:53 UTC 2007
On Thu, 03 May 2007 13:34:09 -0400, David Abrahams wrote:
> 2. reinstall ubuntu and use my old /home partition.
This is the way to go.
> Also, did I do the wrong thing by trying to force a fsck?
No, I don't think so.
> Finally, is there any reason to believe that some other filesystem
> would have been less likely to fail in this way?
With older kernels, my laptop used to lock up quite frequently on resume
and I've never had any problems with disk corruption - I use ext3. I
don't have any experience with JFS though.
The reasons I use ext3 are that I don't need extreme performance, it's
very well tested and if something goes wrong there are good recovery
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