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Why Red Hat 7.2 includes the ext3 filesystem

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Red Hat has opted to include ext3 in version 7.2 of its operating system. This article covers the reasons for that choice as well as transitioning information to get to ext3 from ext2:
It is easy to change from ext2 to ext3 and gain the benefits of a robust journaling file system, without reformatting. That's right, no need to do a long, tedious, and error-prone backup, reformat, restore operation in order to experience the advantages of ext3. There are two ways to do the transition...
 read more | mail this link | score:4090 | -Ray, August 23, 2001 (Updated: August 16, 2003)
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