From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Mon 29 Mar 2004 - 14:11:29 BST
On Mon, Mar 29, 2004 at 01:02:46PM +0200, sim0n wrote:
> >> do those quota patches work for xfs as well?
> > no
> oh :-(
> what filesystems are supported then?
> what do you use or recommend to use ?
> i would really prefer not to use ext3...
ext2, ext3 are supported (for quota), reiserfs uses
the same quota system (when patched) so support should
be easy, as soon as the patches are in 2.6
ext2, ext3, reiserfs, xfs, and jfs should be supported
for flags (barrier and iunlink) and xid tagging
> > I had a deep look at the xfs quota stuff, and the
> > code is completely different from 'other' linux quota
> > code, so it would required a separate port to support
> > this, otoh, xfs seems to support (or at least seemed
> > to) something like a project id, which could be used
> > for the tagging purpose ...
> i don't know about that project-id, but in the recent
> kernel 2.6.x, there is support for selinux, for xfs.
> maybe with that support, a quota patch for xfs could
> be "easily" implemented ? (extended attr, ...)
well, the xid tagging is basically fs agnostic, and
therefore no problem, but the per context quota requires
the quota system to have more than one quota hash per
mounted partition (one for each context), which seems
not that easy with the xfs quota system ...
PS: patches and sponsorship to port/implement this or
something similar to xfs are always welcome ...
> Georges Toth
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