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Re: ReiserFS in Anaconda?



On Fri, Nov 07, 2003 at 10:22:53PM -0600, Ro wrote:
> 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

No.

ReiserFS always chage its binary representation on disk. ReiserFS always
miss rock-stable quota, fsck and conversion tools. So supporting
ReiserFS could be a pain for RH. Thus - no ReiserFS by default.

> 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... 

Be out and be stable is two different things. When author says "it's
stable" it is not the same like 1.000.000 peoples (testers) says "it's
stable".

I underestand what Hans Reiser wish but I need more than his wishes.

> So I was wondering if someone could objectively answer this
> questions. I am really not trying to make anyone uncomfortable, just
> curious. :-)

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