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“Ext4 is an upgrade from (wait for it …. you'll never guess!) ext3, which is starting to show its age in the filesystem world.”
“I have a Maxtor One touch external hard drive (powered), formated as ext3, which is my external backup device.”
“Many widely used digital video recorders (DVR) file systems, such as ext3 and FAT32, have no inherent ability to distinguish between a streaming application, such as playing a movie or viewing content from the Internet.”
“UUID = "11937cb5-e195-41ca-b96e-ea55f3d31425" TYPE = "ext3" = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =”
“If you already created a partition with the (otherwise very nice) Ubuntu partitioner, you can change it from Fedora using: mkfs. ext3 - I 128/dev/sda1”
“This is important: Ubuntu creates ext3 partitions with 256-bit inodes, and grub will not recognize them.”
“Open a terminal, and do: mkdir temproot sudo mount - t ext3/dev/sda1 temproot cd temproot/boot ls”
“With TestDisk you can recover your boot sector from a backup, rebuild your boot sector, fix FAT tables, fix your MFT, locate the ext2/ext3 backup SuperBlock, copy deleted files from partitions to recovery media, and find lost partitions in dozens of formats to help you locate your lost data.”
“Amazon provides a list of storage device requirements – for example, they must use file formats FAT32, ext2, ext3 or NTFS, weigh no more than 50 pounds and hold no more than 4TB.”
“I needed to shrink ext3 '/' partitions on couple of servers, couple of thousands kilometers away.”
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