Tux3: the other next-generation filesystem
Posted Dec 3, 2008 12:40 UTC (Wed) by daniel
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Reiser4, JFS, XFS and btrfs all use their own journalling. Leaves... ext3 to use jbd.
And OCFS2. JBD was created at a time when it seemed as though all future filesystems would be journalling filesystems. Incidentally, any filesystem developer who overlooks Stephen Tweedie's copious writings on the JBD design, does so at their peril whether they intend to use journalling or some other atomic commit model.
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