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Re: ReiserFS vs XFS or JFS?

 On Sat, 3 May 2008, Jarod Wilson wrote: 

> On Sat, 2008-05-03 at 07:11 -0400, Jerry Feldman wrote: 
>> On Thu, 01 May 2008 12:19:53 -0400 
>> Derek Atkins <[hidden email]> wrote: 
>>> Jerry Feldman <[hidden email]> writes: 
>>>> 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), you might have a full fsck once a month or more frequent. But, 
>>>> you can change both the interval and max count using tune2fs. 
>>> Why are you rebooting your laptop that frequently?!?  My laptop 
>>> uptime averages in the 14-21 day timeframe.  I have to reboot periodically 
>>> to perform some win32-only pcmcia-requiring functions so that's usually 
>>> the reason for the reboot. 
>> I shut it down when I leave for work and when I leave work for home. 
>> Actually it's not that much since I sometimes do not power it up at 
>> home. The point I am trying to make is that a laptop has different uses 
>> than a desktop system. I rarely shut down my desktop system. 
> I believe what Derek was asking is 'why do you shut down your laptop 
> instead of simply suspending it? 

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