Wow, I'm impressed. Think you got the record on how many mails you
referenced to in a reply... But dude, please calm down, the caps-lock is
not the answer. You have got some rude answers and you have called them
back on it + you have repeated the same statement several times, that is
not the best way of convincing people.
I believe you picked up the "anti-Reiser religion"-phrase from previous
rant-wars (otherwise, why does that "religion"-phrase always come up,
and (almost) only when dealing with Reiser-fs), and yes, there has been
some clashes caused by both sides, so please be careful when dealing
with this matter.
Would you be willing to benchmark Reiser4 with some compressed
binary-blob and show the time as well as the CPU-usage? And document how
it is set up so it can be reproduced. After all, Windows is suppose to
be more stable, maintained and cost-efficient then Linux, but they don't
tell us how ;)
I may have missed something, but if my room-mate took my harddrive,
screwed it open, wrote a love-letter on the disk with a pencil and then
returned it (ok, there may be some more plausible reasons for
corruption), is the OS really suppose to handle it? Yes, it should not
assign any new data to those blocks but should it not also fall into the
file-systems domain to be able to restore some/all data?
Just my 2c to the pond