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Data Storage Software Linux

Ext4 Data Losses Explained, Worked Around 421

Posted by timothy
from the you-did-back-up-right dept.
ddfall writes "H-Online has a follow-up on the Ext4 file system — Last week's news about data loss with the Linux Ext4 file system is explained and new solutions have been provided by Ted Ts'o to allow Ext4 to behave more like Ext3."
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Ext4 Data Losses Explained, Worked Around

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