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Old 01-05-2010, 12:31 AM   #1
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Question can i extend filesystem module in runing RHEL

i'm using RHEL 5.0 with ext2 or ext3 filesystem, now i wish to use ext4 without loose this Opreating System.... or without using another distro of linux...
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ext4 support (experimental!!!) should be 5.4 if I recall good. Search for "ext3 ext4 conversion" but I think you will need to destroy ext3 and create ext4 partition. An for a production system I would not recommend ext4 for now.

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