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Hello.
I wanted to pass a couple of questions by you all.
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1. How could soft raid be added?

2. Would Linux swap file be useful?

3. Can the devs. add ext 2-4 support?

Thanks.


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1. By someone implementing it.
2. No, AROS just like AmigaOS has no paging whatsoever.
3. If you are interested in ext* filesystems, you might want to contribute to the FUSE bounty. After that fuse-ext2 can be easily ported. It has ext2/3 read/write support. There is also a read-only ext4 implementation for FUSE.
http://power2people.org/projects/fuse

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Thanks.

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trekiej wrote:

1. How could soft raid be added?


Here is a very experimental device that may work with AROS68k

http://aminet.net/package/disk/misc/swraid_device

But unfortunately there where no sources.

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2. Would Linux swap file be useful?


No, only if you are using Aros Linux hosted.

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wow, I did not know that.

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swraid.device is for AmigaOS4, which definitely won't work on AROS m68k.

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Since swraid.device for AmigaOS4 is in alpha stage and not updated for a long time, maybe we can convince Fredrik (alias salass00) to open the source code?

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BSzili wrote:
swraid.device is for AmigaOS4, which definitely won't work on AROS m68k.


Ooops sorry, IMR there was something similar for AOS3 15 years ago, but I only found some AOS4 look a like.

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To be honest, there are some other things I would like to see in AROS filesystems before trying software raid.

I got some errors using AROS SFS, well this must not happen but if I would need some kind of repair tool.

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Since i seem unable to locate a dedicated thread :/

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3. If you are interested in ext* filesystems, you might want to contribute to the FUSE bounty. After that fuse-ext2 can be easily ported. It has ext2/3 read/write support. There is also a read-only ext4 implementation for FUSE.
http://power2people.org/projects/fuse/

Bumperty-bump as some movement in that department seems in place.

So, please place your bets before 'rien ne va plus' sounds.

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