[mythtv-users] XFS Format on FC2 from Jarod's Guide

John Madill jmadill at joyousnoise.com
Tue Oct 26 18:32:11 UTC 2004

Right from the docs:

"The 2.6 kernel series now includes SGI's XFS (a journaling file 
system, well-suited for large files -- like Myth recordings), but Red 
Hat doesn't let you use it at system install time, unless you type in 
"linux xfs" at the boot:"

On Oct 26, 2004, at 1:40 PM, Jon Kunze wrote:

> I was reading over Jarod's guide, and noticed at the very beginning he
> states "Be sure to choose XFS as the partition format type for the
> /video partition, as the selection will default to ext3."
> I was going through the install process and do not see this option.
> All I see is:
> ext2
> ext3
> physical volume (LVM)
> Software Raid
> swap
> vfat
> Which solution is the correct one? Is the XFS selection from FC1?
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