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Re: [vox-tech] ReiserFS Question
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Re: [vox-tech] ReiserFS Question

Reiser checks itself at mount time.  There is a reiserfsck
utility but as I recall it's for rescue purposes and not
something you want to run during bootup.

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On Wednesday 02 April 2003 11:34 am, Michael Wenk wrote:
> I have a question on ReiserFS.  About a week or so ago, I switched my
> distro back to Mandrake 9.0 from Debian.  While doing this, I went from
> ext2(the FS I have been using since 95) to reiserfs.  Well, sometime
> last night I had a crash(I suspect that my cat decided to hit the power
> on my UPS :( )  Well, I brought it back up, and it didn't do anything like
> a log replay or anything.  I have been using journaled filesystems on other
> unix systems for years(VxFS on Solaris, and JFS on HP-UX) and in
> normal cases, it has a log replay where it goes thru the log and does its
> thing.  My question is does reiserfs do this?  or did I need to do
> something?
> Mike

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