look for a filesystem for data mules

Stephen Kuhn yank.down.under at gmx.com
Tue Jul 12 01:00:51 UTC 2011

On Mon, 2011-07-11 at 17:51 -0700, Tom Sparks wrote:
> I am looking for a file system that can be used for Wifi-enabled data mules (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_Mule)
> the requirements are:
> * unclean mounting
> * data journaling for data custodian support
> * diks checking while mounted
> I can only guarantee power while the vehicle is runing
> --
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Regardless of "bad publicity", I'd suggest ReiserFS...but others are
most certainly going to disagree - not necessarily based on "truth" but
on opinion.

I've used and do use ReiserFS in volatile environments..."Data Mule"-ing
would be classed as volatile.

What, are you not a firm believer in Senator Conroy's NBN mate? ;)

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