[FoRK] So why the fuck aren't checksums built into the fucking
Tue Jul 12 20:35:32 PDT 2005
Wayne Baisley wrote:
> Yep. See http://en.tldp.org/HOWTO/Software-RAID-HOWTO.html for gory
> details, but it's pretty straightforward. The /etc/raidtab file
> describes the layout. The mkraid command builds the unit(s).
> /proc/mdstat contains the current state. There are other commands
> like raidhotadd, if you want to get fancy. We've used ext3 and
> software striping for years and have had very little trouble. We use
> xfs for huge hardware arrays where fragmentation is an issue.
> Nothing but xfs survives our benchmark test. I don't think that will
> be an issue for you.
Cool. So the other question -- perhaps the more important question --
the hell is a filesystem not just a fuckin APPLICATION, independent of
It's because it's not that I judge the whole Mach/"micro"kernel thing to
complete and total failure.
You tell me we've been praying
For a bright and clever hell --
I think we've been forced to our knees
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