I have a new raid attached to my linux box I intend to use as a file
I created a filesystem , formatted it , and using it.
I have the following problems with this filesystem:
1. In case of a crash, the fsck process on ext2 takes a long time (for
such big filesystem ~ 100 GB)
2. In the future, if I'll buy more disks to my raid, I'll have to define
another logical disks on the raid partition instead of being able to
enlarge the current partition. (For example, NT's partition magic or
Digital Unix's advfs can enlarge partitions).
Please send me solutions for there two problems on ext2, or some other
well supported and reasonable performance filesystem I can construct.
Is anyone developing ADVFS for linux? I know about the readonly system,
but I need read/write. Is it recommened ? Stable ? Performance ?