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ext4 and data loss

ext4 and data loss

Posted Mar 13, 2009 13:17 UTC (Fri) by jwarnica (guest, #27492)
In reply to: ext4 and data loss by qg6te2
Parent article: ext4 and data loss

Not everyone can afford a computer, either. List price for the smallest APC UPS that includes software is $59.99. Which is pretty cheep. Given the other benefits of UPSs, providing some surge and brownout protection, not having one is just stupid.

General purpose distros assume that you have what, a gig or two of memory. Not everyone can afford memory, either. And there are special case systems which would never have that kind of memory. So if you have a shitty computer, you run either older versions, or specially targeted distros. And if you are building an embedded system, you make choices appropriately.

In 2009, if you choose to have a crippled system that doesn't have a UPS, then choose your filesystem carefully.


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