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Hi, we plan to build an NFS archive of old unix close accounts, and we are
looking for a compressed filesystem since size is more important than speed
for us. Our requirements are :
1- this fs must run on hardware raid (DAC960 Mylex AcceleRAID)
2- the archives files will be read-only for users, but we (administrators)
must be able to add files to the archives...
Any recomendations ?
squashfs doesn't qualify because of 2 ...
what about e2compress ? http://www.alizt.com/index.html
I've heard about block layer compression... is it applicable for us ?
Thanks for your advice...
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