[lug] Moving /

Nate Duehr nate at natetech.com
Sun Apr 28 10:02:48 MDT 2002

Just like on ext2, the timing of whether or not this actually happens is

Nate, nate at natetech.com

John Karns wrote:

> On Thu, 25 Apr 2002, Timothy C. Klein said:
> > * hirsch at zapmedia.com (hirsch at zapmedia.com) wrote:
> > > I have three suggestions.  First, why reiserfs?  In my experience ext3
> > > is as good for most purposes, and you can convert that in place.
> >
> > Havne't benchmarked myself, but I have read that with dirs that have
> > lots of small files, reiser is 10-15 times better than ext2/ext3.
> And doesn't use of ext3 still invoke e2fsck periodically as did ext2?
> That was my understanding from one of the lists I'm on - can't remember if
> it was blug or not.  Anyway if so, then that would be one reason I would
> prefer reiser.
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