[nSLUG] Journaling fs? Unsuitable for thumbdrive?
mspencer at tallships.ca
Sun Aug 23 02:53:55 ADT 2015
Joel Maxuel wrote:
> There are two ideas I can think of to get around this limitation:
> 1. Format the stick ext2 (or ext4 without journaling)
So ext3 fs is a journaling fs and in ext4 fs it's optional?
Why is it important *not* to use a journaling fs on a SSD/thumbdrive?
I'm only vaguely aware of what a journaling file system is about --
some kind of record of disk writes in addition to the superblock,
inodes etc? The only technical stuff I've read (and mostly forgotten)
was on ext2 fs.
Michael Spencer Nova Scotia, Canada .~.
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