Using ReiserFS with Linux
The most commonly used file system, ext2, is a traditional UNIX-style file system that doesn't mix well with modern hard drive sizes. The ext3 file system adds journalling, but not much else. If you want something really advanced, you might want to check out the current Reiser4 file system.
(Submitted by Anonymous Wed May 3, 2006 )
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