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Old 28th May 2008
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And mounting ext3 as ext2 is less useful then ufs2+soft updates.

of all the file systems I've used or oogled, I generally look most favorably on ext3 and ntfs (but drool over concepts used in zfs). I've however never seen any good reasons to store system data on any thing but the native file system for the BSDS. Except when I need to share it with something else, in which case fat32 and ext2 come into play.
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