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    OpenBSD file system?

    Is it journalling FS or is it not?

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    Re:OpenBSD file system?

    http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq14.html#SoftUpdates

    No. It has this way of doing the job. Good question to ask. BSD is a different beast under the hood than linux.

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    Re:OpenBSD file system?

    I kinda knows that BSD is different even FS. Basically, all I know is that they use UFS for it but I wasn't sure it's journalled or not.

    I better invest in a good UPS then. I ditched my UPS a while ago when I moved to ext3 on my linux box since power failure were no longer a problem.

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    Re:OpenBSD file system?

    Well they do a similar job if you read it. I may not have found the best link, since I was in a hurry.

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    Re:OpenBSD file system?

    Well according to those docs, a manual fsck is still required in case of sudden power loss.

    Ext3 do not require that in such case.

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