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Soft updates, hard problems

Soft updates, hard problems

Posted Jul 4, 2009 2:39 UTC (Sat) by dlang (subscriber, #313)
In reply to: Soft updates, hard problems by vaurora
Parent article: Soft updates, hard problems

definantly yes.

it would either doucment a tool that could be used by kernel developers, or give us answers for the (now inevitable) swarm of questions about why don't the kernel devs just use featherstitch and implement soft updates ;-)

is there a filesystem simple enough to show examples of it's analysis? (I'm thinking either ext2 of ext4 without journling as possibilities)

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