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File corruption on Centos 6.4 KVM VM, ext3 ephemeral drive, not on xfs - why?

First off, let me say I am a software guy, not an admin, so please forgive me if I get terminology wrong. I'm writing software that runs on a Centos 6.4 VM on Openstack Grizzly, running KVM. It has a ...
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SLES 11 recommended filesystem

We are upgrading some servers from SLES 10 to SLES 11 and I just saw that ext4 is not supported. Should I move to XFS or keep ext3? I will be moving the programs and databases to a new VM so ...
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Debian package performance on XFS, btrfs, ext3, ext4

I did 4 clean installations of debian 6 and measured time of installing some average virtual package. FS options are default. time apt-get install build-essential I got very strange results ...
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format a volume as xfs

I have a partition that is formatted as ext3 I dd unmount it. Formatted as xfs (for quicker format) and I got an error. When I formatted it as ext3 again, it worked. What is the command to format an ...
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How many subdirectories does the XFS filesystem support within a given directory?

EXT3 supports 32,000 subdirectories. EXT4 supports 64,000... I've read about people having millions of subdirectories on the XFS filesystem, but can't find an exact value referenced anywhere. How ...
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1answer
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EXT3 vs EXT4 vs XFS

Recently I read a lot about "new" file systems. I checked some benchmarks that show MySQL working faster on EXT4 or XFS (and some other FS). I also "found" that XFS and EXT4 are included in CentOS ...
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1answer
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upgrading ext3 fs on ubuntu 8.04

so we are stuck with this closed source system that keeps on adding folders to one directory, and it's going to hit the 32k limit soon because it's ext3. and that folder is expected to have +100k ...
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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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Good filesystem for 20TB hardware-controlled RAID5 array?

What's the best file system for Ubuntu 10.10 assuming the average filesize is 8-30GB with no more than 1-2 users accessing the array at any given time?
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Questions for Ext3/4 Features ( dir_index,filetype) and XFS File system Performance

I am developing an applications which reads huge list of directories and check file types using file command and using ext4 file system. When i look into Ext4 , i see it have two interesting features ...
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Filesystem for an external drive that'll only connect to Linux

I just bought a new 500GB external harddrive. Most of the time I only store operating system ISO's on those things and some movies. Large files anyway, well over 4GiB sometimes, so FAT is out of the ...