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RE: ReiserFS in Anaconda?



Could it "also" be because ReiserFS is heavily supported by SuSE, RH's main
competitor? Or am I out of line on that statement? Don't get me wrong I'm an
RH (Now Fedora) guy but I've wondered about this matter. I went through the
RHCE course and in it they mentioned the ReiserFS as being in development.
Well, we all know that ReiserFS is FAR from being in development... it's
BEEN out... So I was wondering if someone could objectively answer this
questions. I am really not trying to make anyone uncomfortable, just
curious. :-)

RO

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On Friday 07 November 2003 17:45, Hugo Cisneiros wrote:
> But I always asked... Why not put by default? Lots of people are using
> it instead of ext3.

Because it's not as heavily tested as ext3 by the RH folks.  They don't 
have confidence in it enough to allow it to be a default installer option.  
I agree on this as well.

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