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Old 29 September 2007, 21:41   #14
Stokey
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Originally Posted by turrican3 View Post
there is no interest to install pfs3 then ?
Speed isn't the only advantage of PFS3. It has features to limit files that continuously grow, such as log files. It also allows you to recover deleted files. Not forgetting that it is an atomic filesystem, so a crash during a disk write shouldn't trash your partition. If you want these features, use PFS3.
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