Are there any real advantages of ext4 over ext2 ?
kremels at kreme.com
Wed Jul 8 21:41:59 UTC 2020
> On 08 Jul 2020, at 15:03, Dr. Nikolaus Klepp <dr.klepp at gmx.at> wrote:
> Anno domini 2020 Wed, 8 Jul 14:30:30 -0600
> @lbutlr scripsit:
>>> On 08 Jul 2020, at 14:01, Dr. Nikolaus Klepp <dr.klepp at gmx.at> wrote:
>>> Anno domini 2020 Wed, 8 Jul 13:40:30 -0600
>>> @lbutlr scripsit:
>>>> On 08 Jul 2020, at 13:00, Ottavio Caruso via freebsd-questions <freebsd-questions at freebsd.org> wrote:
>>>>> You can make a vfat (msdos) partition
>>>> vfat? I don't know that one, did you mean xFAT?
>>> LOL ... there was a time before Windows 10 😃
>> That does not answer the question.
>> FAT based filesystems that are not xFAT have severe limitations on filenames and/or file sizes that make them pretty much non-starters for sharing a file system between different OS versions.
> And yet vfat is used on most usb sticks I've seen in the wild - for good or bad.
And that is relevant to a shared file system between two Uses how, exactly?
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