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how to make ext4 more reliable? [closed]

As ext4 introduced more reliability than ext3 with block journals, is there any chance to suppose it 100% reliable? What if enabling block journaling on it, which is disabled by default? I have an ...
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It is XFS reliable? In case of a power gone off is xfs riskier that ext3 in data corruption/safey?

I have been having some electrical issues,mostly power going out suddenly for a few months,and although ups solve the thing mostly. But still i am worried about filesystem corruption,and data lost. ...
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1answer
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Jetty + SSL + Linux=timeouts, disconnects. Is it production ready?

We are experiencing various reliability problems with a setup that includes Jetty on CentOS 5 running predominantly SSL. There are unexplained disconnects and time-outs and occational looping, ...
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Hard drive reliability when constantly handling lots of reads/writes/deletes

In addition to storing lots of photos, my web application has the need to constantly read, write, and delete a lot of temporary files which it uses for various functionality. Some of these temp files ...
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What network file sharing protocol has the best performance and reliability?

We have a setup with a few web servers being load-balanced. We want to have some sort of network shared storage that all of the web servers can access. It will be used as a place to store files ...