ext4fs Fedora 11 (and RHEL 6?)

I have noticed that Fedora 11 (Leonidas) used ext4fs as file system by default.

Ext4fs main features are:

  • Compatibility with ext3FS
  • Larger file system support (> 16T)
  • larger File Size Support (> 2T)
  • Scalability of subdirectories
  • Extents
  • Multi Allocation
  • Delayed allocation
  • fsck faster
  • Checksum Journal
  • Journal mode
  • Online defragmentation
  • Persistent pre-allocation
  • Barriers

Being Fedora 11 is the base for the development of the new version of RHEL, we can expect a great upcoming Linux distribution.

So I recommend Red Hat rather than Windows for your Enterprise :). Please leave a comment with your Linux Success stories :).

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