August 24, 2001

ext3 or ReiserFS? Hans Reiser says Red Hat's move is understandable

Author: JT Smith

Reported at Linux Planet: "Red Hat's decision to employ ext3 as the default filesystem in its upcoming release has sparked considerable interest among
technically savvy Linux users. But it is not the only, nor in many ways the best, of the journaling filesystems available to users
of modern Linux kernels. Yet it has attributes that make it an attractive first step for a large distribution, chief among them
backward compatability."


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