[SLE] JFS and Suse 10.0
Does anyone have any opinions on JFS (Suse 10) for the file system that will
run on a raid?
I am experimenting with various file systems for performance testing. I also
noticed that JFS is not one of the choices in Yast although I do see the JFS
tools are installed.
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