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Re: dragonfly pdf documentation

From: Hummel Tom <tom@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 18:51:07 +0200

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> FWIW, I would probably boot from and store webpages
> on XFS and SQL DB's and other files on JFS even with
> a *BSD - if the choice were there.

Keep in mind XFS is the fastest FS for Linux when it comes to big files,
for a database file i'd rather choose XFS, whereas for more smaller
files JFS seems to be much faster.

> JFS(2) was developed 'clean sheet' on OS/2, backported
> to IBM Power architecture machines, but never renamed
> to 'JFS2' on Warp.

so JFS1 is not what Linux is having inside the kerneltree?

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