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Recover JFS partition with duplicate block references

After a nasty server crash I was unable to mount a JFS partition on Linux. The jfs_fsck tool returns Duplicate block references have been detected in Metadata. CANNOT CONTINUE. processing ...
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Poor write performance on Debian server running NFS with 22TB exported JFS filesystem

I am currently running a debian server that is exporting a large JFS filesystem (22TB) over NFS (nfs-kernel-server.) When attempting to write to the NFS share, the performance is very poor. The 22TB ...
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Xen DomU: jfs support

I have a domU that I plan to use the standard xen-kernel of my dom0 (Xen 4, Linux kernel 2.6.32-5-xen-amd64). On this domU I want to make all partitions jfs. (currently I am working in a testing domU ...
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Production-ready, highly reliable filesystems on Linux: ext4 ext3 XFS or JFS (or ZFS)?

The last real question I've seen on this topic is from about two years ago (is ext4 ready for production usage). In the intervening time, how has ext4 improved? XFS, JFS, and ext3 are the standby ...
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File corruption issue AIX jFS2

I have an application which is doing a lot of file operations.Its doing a lots of file read and write operations(lot of small files). We have found that some of the files are getting mixed up ...
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How can I mount JFS (not zfs) on Nexenta (or Solaris)?

How can I mount a JFS (not ZFS) filesystem on Nexenta (or Solaris)?
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JFS: long fsck time on large filesystem?

There was a power failure recently that took down one of my servers. On reboot, the main storage filesystem - JFS on a 7TB (9x1TB RAID6) filesystem - needed an fsck before mounting read-write. After I ...
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changing filesystem format from xfs to ext4 without losing data

I have a fresh Lucid Lynx (Ubuntu 10.04) running on a laptop. where I defined the filesystems as: mount point / on ext4 (46 Gb) mount point /home on jfs (63 GB) swap as 3 Gb I left the machine ...
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JFS or XFS or anything else?

After deciding to use LVM2 as volumemanager on our servers there was also the wish for an online resizeable filesystem. After reading a few articles I decided to use JFS in favour of XFS. Now today I ...
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Best filesystem for storing photos on Linux

I have 200+G of photos I usually keep on my main computer so that they are always available. File sizes range from 2-3MB JPGs to 10-12MB RAW files. I thought the nice old ext3 could be abandoned in ...