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Re: ReiserFS vs XFS or JFS?

 On Thu, 2008-05-01 at 11:43 -0400, Jerry Feldman wrote: 
> I agree that a partition used for database does not need, and probably 
> should not use a journalling file system if the file system is 
> dedicated to the database. Databases really need (or better would 
> like) raw access to the hardware. it really does not matter from a 
> performance standpoint what filesystem you use for relatively static 
> partitions, such as /boot. Same goes for the root file system is /home 
> and /var are in separate file systems. 
> One issue for laptops is that ext3 has default maximum mount count and 
> a check interval. So, if you boot that laptop twice a day (work and 
> home) 

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