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Re: Ext3 vs Ext2

I am missing something with the data=writeback option in /etc/fstab
I put that in place of the "defaults" for the system disk partitions and now
only / gets mounted and it is in a read-only mode.

On Monday, March 10, 2003, at 10:58 PM, Justin Zygmont wrote:

I never noticed any difference.  Try adding data=writeback to the
appropriate place in the fstab and see if that helps...

On Mon, 10 Mar 2003, JD wrote:

Hallo list,
I have a "feeling" that ext3 is much slower than ext2. My hadrdrive
blinks more often after I let RH8 formatted it with its favorite ext3;
not to mention the noise from the harddrive rotation.
As I said, it's just a "feeling" so please don't flame me for feeling it.
Am I justified anyway? Is it true that ext3 fs is somehow inferior in
practice that ext2?

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