--- "Timothy J. Massey" <tmassey@...> >
This leads me to ask a question: How closely
> related are the OS/2 and
> Linux code? I understood that the intention was to
> port back the Linux
> changes to OS/2. Is that still the case?
> I just migrated back from JFS to HPFS on my OS/2
> WSfeB server. After
> struggling for over a year and a half with various
> JFS versions and
> experiencing server-crashing corruptions over and
> over again, I have
> given up. I'm still interested in the availability
> of JFS for Linux
> (and hopeful for a stable version under OS/2), I've
> decided that JFS is
> still a long way away from stability on either
> Anyway, I'm hoping that the activity here will at
> least have *some*
> chance of being seen in a future OS/2 JFS update...
From the looks of the code, and the various articles
DeveloperWorks as well as the FAQ, I think that the
OS/2 and the Linux JFS code are like blood brothers,
what I mean is, like real brothers.
But the AIX code is kinda different, from my point of
view, although I haven't seen it. This could be the
only reason why we can't mount AIX based JFS
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