ext2 filesystem to be supported?

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ext2 filesystem to be supported?

Postby werner » 2008-07-10 17:48

I was curious if ext2 was going to still be an option for a filesystem on lenny when it goes stable. I understand that it does not have journaling support but I have used it so much I would like to continue using it since it has served my purposes for a LONG time!
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Postby Absent Minded » 2008-07-10 17:56

I don't see why it wouldn't be as it is availible now in lenny. I occationally use it for my temp but other than that I tend to use Reiser and ext3.
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Postby saulgoode » 2008-07-10 18:07

I can't imagine ext2 being removed.

I still use ext2 for the partition on which I keep media files since it is faster than ext3.
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Postby BioTube » 2008-07-10 19:19

As long and Linus and the bunch keep support in the kernel, it should be in Debian. But speaking of ext2, when I tried to install Mandriva it didn't support ANYTHING else.
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