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ReiserFS (was: mysql viability (was: shells and bells))

Reiser is at least as "journaling" as NTFS.

-- Mike

On 2000-05-04 at 11:51 -0400, Jerry Callen wrote:

> I'm not sure I'd characterize ReiserFS as a "journaling file system".
> It's actually an attempt to make a file system that is very efficient
> for both large and small objects, which (potentially) allows the file 
> system itself to function as a keyed lookup table. The battle cry is
> "unified name space". I'm not sure I buy the idea, but it's 
> interesting.

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