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Re: Heads up on ext4 changes



2008/10/10 Peter Robinson <pbrobinson gmail com>:
>>>>> (*)Yes, this does indicate that the ext4 developers feel it's time to
>>>>> move on past the "dev" stage; as the patch says "The ext4 filesystem is
>>>>> getting stable enough that it's time to drop the "dev" prefix." - as
>>>>> with any filesystem, though, I still encourage you to back up important
>>>>> data :)
>>>>
>>>> Does this mean ext4 will be available as generic during
>>>> installs/upgrades, same as ext3?  Or does it have to be given as an
>>>> option during install to get it to show up?
>>>
>>> it still takes the ext4 option on boot.
>>
>> Oh come on - that makes it barely differential between
>> iamanext4developer. Put your nuts on the line and offer it up as an
>> additional option on install - I dare you. I thought Fedora was
>> bleeding edge! I miss that heart-racing feeling when I _just dont
>> know_ if my data is coming back up on reboot... :)
>
> Are you going to put your nuts on the line and provide the support to
> the end users when they don't get their data back on reboot?

Sure, its called #fedora-ext4 with a bot spitting out the word
'backup' on every /join :D

-- 
Christopher Brown

http://www.chruz.com


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