[SATLUG] File server
null.div.zero at gmail.com
Sun Aug 12 14:19:40 CDT 2012
Awe, you asked the dreaded question, "why?". No real sensible reason I
guess. Is just want to see how they interact and conflict in permissions.
And, compair their management. Also, I may switch /wipe out the OS, and
start hosting the same files from another OS later. I will check out xfs,
but I'm still leaning toward exfat.
On Aug 12, 2012 1:57 PM, "Bruce Dubbs" <bruce.dubbs at gmail.com> wrote:
> Don Davis wrote:
>> Why do you want a file server that dual boots? Why the switch back and
>> forth? Why not just VM the MS stuff and avoid putting whatever you have
>> on your RAID 5 at risk of some MS related infection?
>> Are you asking about the RAID FS? Why not XFS?
> XFS is only really needed for very large partitions (petabytes). ext4 is
> fine for most cases. If you think you need something else, do a benchmark
> for your system.
> -- Bruce
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