Subject: Re: lfs stability
To: Manuel Bouyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 02/09/2001 21:32:24
> > i'm now experimenting (or in fact doing normal work) on lfs filesystem but
> > it's written it's not stable.
> > how stable it is?
> I use it on my devel machine for some time. It's quite sable in normal
> use but once corrupted you can't always recover. For example, an unclean
> shutdown may lead to a filesystem that you can't mount R/W without panic
> and that fsck_lfs didn't fix in my case.
> I know some work has been done in this area, it may be better now.
i see other problems what i've posted.
one about remounting ro/rw causes too many cleaners started...
where should i send it - i think it's bug..
other with who is too.
other question - why cleaner consumes as much memory as ifile size? what
if my system will have for eg 10 millions of files?
> > speed is excellent !!! both with small files and large files
> Sure !
> Manuel Bouyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>