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    Stable Linux Distro for frequent power cuts

    This is really more a function of the underlying filesystem and its ability to handle power drops more than the OS. You can run any Linux distro on ext2/3/4 (for instance) and lose data if the power cuts at just the wrong time. On the other hand, a good hardware RAID controller with a battery-backed cache can keep your filesystem consistent even with power cuts because the battery backed cache isn't immediately wiped when the power goes out.
    Posted 08-27-2011 at 11:50 AM by rocket357 rocket357 is offline
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    Stable Linux Distro for frequent power cuts

    What about Debian base distros or Debian itself? I've been using Linux Mint Debian Edition recently and had a power outage, once the power came back on, LMDE booted without any errors, everything ran as normal. Though, my area doesn't have many outages often either.

    Just a thought if you've tried debian.
    Posted 08-27-2011 at 11:23 AM by FredGSanford FredGSanford is offline

  



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