On Mon, 2004-02-02 at 13:14, Karthik wrote:
On Monday 02 February 2004 12:34, Bharathi S wrote:
On Mon, 2 Feb 2004, Karthik wrote:
Is ext3 less performing, less mature and slow than the other two?
I have 2 servers with NIS+NFS(ext3). Performance is NOT bad. One
serves nearly 15 users and another serves nearly 25 users.
What about say 75(min) users with 500M/user + a NFS directory with standard
shared software installations like /software having various versions of jdk,
Further, ext3 checks the filesystem once every specific number of days or
mounts. Checking a 76G scsi u320 disk with lots of small files will take
Have you ever faced this problem? For some reason, you either reboot your--
server or remount your partition after a long time and the fsck starts. Can
i disable (with tune2fs) such fsck if I know for sure that my filesystem is
OK ? If i disable it, will it affect an ext3 filesystem integrity?