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Trying [re-]reading the last paragraph.
OpenSUSE moving away from reiserfs with 10.2
Posted Oct 6, 2006 2:04 UTC (Fri) by fozzy (guest, #7022)
My reading of it is:
Jeff is speaking (semi) officially on behalf of OpenSUSE and he's suggesting that in the long term OCFS2 will be their default root filesystem. He acknowledges that this maybe sometime off and that ext3/4 will be the default for the foreseeable future. But, it suggests that in the long term, OpenSUSE will default to OCFS2. When that happens what will it offer non-big-iron users?
Maybe I am mis-reading Jeff's message, but to me it suggests that eventually all OpenSUSE default installs will have an OCFS2 root file system.
Posted Oct 7, 2006 9:57 UTC (Sat) by oak (guest, #2786)
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