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is someone has already tried to run its phone with an ext4 part ?

cons / pros ?

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I run JJ8 with ext4, but as I haven't tried any of the other exts, I wouldn't know the difference. Works well enough for me.

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pros ... it supports journalling so it can easily recover from errors.

cons ... it's flash, it's extremely unlikely to have disk errors which could be fixed by journalling & it causes slower writes.

same for ext3, i'd have thought ext2 would be better suited to flash

Edited by wbaw, 23 January 2011 - 09:56 PM.

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yes i know ext4 ext3 ext2 cons and pros
want to know for the blade
i'm using ext3 at moment works pretty well

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next step btrfs guys :lol:

anyway would be fine if zte could boot with no fat partition

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