I'd like to see some proof that this really happens in the real world. That such spreading of a tiny corruption to destroy one's whole file system is a real concern for real people. Sure, ext3 can, rarely, experience serious corruption. But how do we know whether or not it started out as a tiny problem? Until it's proven, it's sounds like hearsay to me.
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