Exploring the ext3 Filesystem
Linux Planet takes a look at the
"The ext3 filesystem is a journaling filesystem that is 100% compatible with all of the utilities created for creating, managing, and fine-tuning the ext2 filesystem, which is the default filesystem used by Linux systems for the last few years. Before delving into the differences between the ext2 and ext3 filesystems, a quick refresher on storage and filesystem terminology is in order."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Apr 9, 2002 )
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