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Re: ReiserFS vs XFS or JFS?

 "Scott R. Ehrlich" <[hidden email]> writes: 

> On Sat, 3 May 2008, Jarod Wilson wrote: 
>> On Sat, 2008-05-03 at 15:34 -0400, Scott R. Ehrlich wrote: 
>>> One other reason - as I encourage people to shut down instead of 
>>> suspend/sleep, is that if they are in a networked environment, the machine 
>>> holds network state from location x to location y.  I then get called in 
>>> to hear their laptop cannot "talk" on the network, only to find its 
>>> network info was from where they were last at (home vs office, hotel vs 
>>> home, etc). 
>>> I then advise them they should shutdown and reboot, which will purge their 
>>> network info and give the system a fresh start the next time it is powered 
>>> on... for most TCP/IP situations... except, at times, for those static 
>>> addresses... 
>> I take it you're not that familiar with NetworkManager then... :) 
>> I suspend and resume all the time with my laptop, moving from a wired 
>> connection at the office to wireless in conference rooms, back to wired, 
>> then home and back onto wireless. Works a treat. 
> I'm certainly familiar with Network Manager ;-)  But, sometimes things 
> just don't go as you expect ;-)  Also, I deal with all variants of 
> Linux, including machines whose setups mysteriously get mangled. 

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