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Ext3 is one of the journaling file systems available to use under Linux.

Some of the journaling file systems only deal with meta data and others handle meta data as well as actual data. From my limited knowledge, it would seem that if you want a journaling file system to be able to recover from power outages and the like, it must journal both meta actual data.

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  • (rhk) Postfix on an ext3 filesystem -- looks like a good resource, plus it has links to several other resources that sound useful (listed above).

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  • () RandyKramer - 17 Jun 2002
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