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Re: XFS from SGI and OpenBSD
On Friday, February 22, 2002, at 12:26 AM, Ted U wrote:
> On Thu, 21 Feb 2002, Greg Thomas wrote:
>> Well, I find your choice of that FAQ section irrelevant which is
>> probably why the others got into discussions about soft updates.
>> OpenBSD supports some filesystems, and doesn't support others. The
>> point of that FAQ section is to make a general statement that OpenBSD
>> uses soft updates rather than any flavor of a journalling fileystem.
>> That section is not the end all, be all of what filesystems OpenBSD can
>> or can't read from.
> It does, however, specifically state that OpenBSD does not use SGI XFS,
> directly answering the OP's question.
Yes, but using, and being able to mount and read are two entirely
different things. With Linux there are several choices for using a
filesystem, AFAIK with OpenBSD there is only one choice, FFS. With both
Linux and OpenBSD there are obviously many choices for mounting and
PS I read the list, only one copy of the message is necessary.