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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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On that note, I wonder if there'll be an OS update so that NTFS and ext3 etc. can be automounted as well.

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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Fuse-Ext2 progress update


You rokz ! I am ready for hardcore speed tests. Pretty interesting to compare with ntfs3g as well.

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On that note, I wonder if there'll be an OS update so that NTFS and ext3 etc. can be automounted as well.


At least with current version of beta-ntfs my usb sticks auto-mounts always (i assume the same as hdd's ntfs partitions too).

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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I really should have said "fixed disk". As was indicated that massstorage.fdclass handles the USB mounting.

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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@Thematic
you can do that even with the 68k version on aminet,
once installed if you put for example an ntfs formatted
drive in an USB port it immediately show up on workbench,
the same for ext2/ext3 filesystems

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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you can do that even with the 68k version on aminet,
once installed if you put for example an ntfs formatted
drive in an USB port it immediately show up on workbench,
the same for ext2/ext3 filesystems


While you are right about ntfs being auto mounted, there is no code for recognising and mounting ext2 or ext3 partitions in the massstorage driver (I just checked its source code) so you must be mistaken about that.

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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1. will e2fsprogs be available as command-line tools?


Yes, that is the intention.

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2. any early indications on performance?


Not yet.

What I have noted though is that the Ext2FileSystem binary is a lot smaller (about 80%) than the NTFileSystem3G one. That being said NTFS3G has format support which is missing from Ext2FS currently so it's not a completely fair comparison.

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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When will be bounty opened?

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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Don't know. I haven't received a reply from amigabounty.net yet.

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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Another screenshot showing massstorage.usbfd 53.24 auto mounting an Ext2 partition (and an NTFS one):

Resized Image

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/26 ... /ext2fs_auto_mounting.jpg

As you can see I got the dostype wrong by mistake (CXT\2 instead of EXT\2), not sure how that happened, but it's already fixed in version 53.25.

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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Console output from a first test run of mke2fs port (ext2/ext3 format command):
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7.RAM Disk:> mke2fs EXT1
mke2fs 1.41.9 (30-May-2009)
Filesystem label=
OS type: Linux
Block size=4096 (log=2)
Fragment size=4096 (log=2)
262144 inodes, 1048576 blocks
52428 blocks (5.00%) reserved for the super user
First data block=0
Maximum filesystem blocks=1073741824
32 block groups
32768 blocks per group, 32768 fragments per group
8192 inodes per group
Superblock backups stored on blocks:
32768, 98304, 163840, 229376, 294912, 819200, 884736

Writing inode tables: done
Writing superblocks and filesystem accounting information: done

This filesystem will be automatically checked every 39 mounts or
180 days, whichever comes first. Use tune2fs -c or -i to override.
7.RAM Disk:>


It appears to be working correctly FWICT. The test was done on a 4GB dynamic disk image created with vditool.

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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@Salass00,
As it seems that AmigaBounty is dead forever,
I just sent you 20€ to support your ext2/ext3 project.

Guillaume

(OT : Thank you Kicko ;) )

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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Is this like a pyramid game ?

I just sent 15euro to Salass0 :) Feeling like a Santa Claus

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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Quote:

you can do that even with the 68k version on aminet,
once installed if you put for example an ntfs formatted
drive in an USB port it immediately show up on workbench,
the same for ext2/ext3 filesystems




While you are right about ntfs being auto mounted, there is no code for recognising and mounting ext2 or ext3 partitions in the massstorage driver (I just checked its source code) so you must be mistaken about that.

sorry my fault, you where right, I'm being to old and my
memory sometimes fail to work
anyway even if all worked like I described, I'd like to
say that a native version with support for files bigger
than 2GB, it's a great thing, so I have to thank you for your work

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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I just added format support in the file system itself and fixed a couple of bugs. Read-write mode still has a problem that need to be fixed somehow in that the fuse-ext2 fsync() operation takes a too long time to execute and blocks all other file system operations.

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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@salass00

Nice work, hope its going to be supported on SATA and eSATA disks also, not just USB.

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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As it seems that AmigaBounty is dead forever,
I just sent you 20€ to support your ext2/ext3 project.


Thanks for the donation.

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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Donated a bit as well, keep those tasty FS coming :)

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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@salass00
Do you plan to make your version open source? You could take this AROS bounty too for some extra dough.

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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Thanks.

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The source code of AmigaOS 4.x filesysbox.library will be available under APL license as that is the way Leif Salomonsson made it available. Note that it's rewritten to use the new dos.library vector port API so it might not be of much use for an AROS port.

The original version (including source code) can be downloaded here:
http://morphos-files.net/remote/filesysbox.library

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Re: Any interest in a bounty for a native ext2/ext3 file system?
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I'm also interested in HFS, it seems to me MacOSX is starting is popular, and so it's nice to have HFS for emulators.


Is something like this what you are interested in?

http://namedfork.net/fusehfs

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