Carlos E. R. wrote:
The Monday 2006-12-25 at 14:48 -0500, John E. Perry wrote:
choose that advice instead of the advice to the contrary.
Yes. Practically no one
gave an unqualified "yes" to reiser3. The best
I saw was "don't change without reason".
I don't see any reason to change. And I would say the same to anybody
using similar reasons to change from ext3 to reiser or xfs or any
I just hope the deep bugs on this list keep talking
Reiser don't come to my system.
Whatever it is that causes
partitions to collapse occasionally. You
wouldn't call that a bug?
If it were a bug, you would be reporting it to bugzilla to have it solved.
If I had something worthwhile to say, probably. Who to I say "my root
partition suddenly became unavailable, and I had to restore it with
fsck.reiser from my rescue cd, and I have no idea what the problem was"?
Collapse, like what? In normal use?
As I said before, after one of the zen updates, I rebooted, and the root
partition was corrupt. fsck.reiser from the install cd printed hundreds
of lines during the two stages of repair, which I did not try to write
down, and which, as far as I know, are not preserved anywhere on the
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