[PLUG] Replacing hard drive

Paul Johnson baloo at ursine.dyndns.org
Thu Sep 2 16:55:02 PDT 2004


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Jeme A Brelin <jeme at brelin.net> writes:

> Quick note, your drive swap protocol came AFTER your signature file and
> the signature separater (--\n), so a proper mail reader wouldn't quote the
> whole message when replying -- it cuts off at the signature.

Signature seperator is "-- \n" and not "--\n"

> I really don't mean this to be any kind of flamewar instigator, but is
> there really a reason to use ext3 anymore?  I have one old system with an
> ext3 filesystem and it still has to fsck pretty regularly (it gets powered
> down alot and the system forces a fsck every so many mounts) and we've
> seen plenty of issues on this very list with folks running out of inodes
> and stuff like that.

tune2fs can change the frequency of filesystem checks.

> So why bother with the old system?

Because it just works?
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