> On 2012-08-10 15:59, Martin Schröder wrote:
>> 2012/8/10 <benhack@...>:
>>> Has any modern filesystem been ported to OpenBSD? I really need to
>>> know, because this issue may constitute a stumbling block to my
>>> adoption of OpenBSD.
>> http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq8.html#Journaling >>
>> OpenBSD is not for you: Users are expected to read the documentation
>> and do their homework.
> I must admit that by my negligence I fully deserved this and the
> others RT*M replies that I received [looking embarrassed].
> I will now start reading the basic documentation, as I should have
> done earlier.
> I may still be asking some more questions later, though :)
Do read the entire web site. The FAQ is great, but so are all the
other things there.
OpenBSD's FFS/FFS2 filesystems are rock solid. OpenBSD has
proven itself more reliable than the power grid. Want even
more protection? Get a UPS which can be monitored so you
can have clean shutdowns. Worried about your disks? Use
softraid to mirror the disks, and make backups. Those two
extra concepts will give you about as good a set of protections
as exist today.