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Difference between .ext3 and .ext2 file system in linux

Linux is a very different operating system according to the Microsoft operating system. Linux has a very Complicated history with different hardware platform. Linux has different types of file systems that are very different from another operating system in the world.

Linux support number of file system because Linux Works on VFS (Virtual  File System)  that is known as abstraction Layer between the kernel and the program in user space that issues on the file system Commands. VFS program runs inside the Kernel . The VFS avoids the duplication of the code in the Internal Layer.


Ext2 was the standard file system for linux until the introduction of ext3.It was introduced with the 1.0 kernel in 1993.Ext2 is flexible,can handle file system up to 4 TB,and supports long filenames up to 1012 characters,it has sparse super blocks feature which increase file system performance.


Ext3 (Extended 3 file system) provides all the features of ext2,and also features journaling and backward compatibility with ext2.The backward compatibility enables you to still run kernals that are only ext2-aware with ext3 partitions.we can also use all of the ext2 file system tuning,repair and recovery tools with ext3 also you can upgrade an ext2 file system to an ext3 file system without losing any of your data.
Ext3’s journaling feature speeds up the amount of time it takes to bring the file system back to a sane state if it’s not been cleanly unmounted (that is,in the event of a power outage or a system crash).

WordPress: advantages and disadvantages?

This question is for those individuals/companies who use Word press to run their main site. I’m interested to know why do you find Word press to be your chosen one CMS.

– Simple template-ing
– Relatively simple plug-in development
– Very powerful

SEO friendly, no hard to use, server requirements, not looking for VPS servers or something like that, a tons of plug-in, great community, you have one developer team who work on core files, code is written clean, templates using clean XHTML code .

Maybe only one thing, upgrades to new version have maybe done to early regarding to plugins version, so you must wait to upgrade plug-in on new version and then you can go and upgrade WP.

My conclusion, for the smaller project, best CMS.

– Relatively bad (poor) documentation (no offline documentation) (they should look up to MS SDK documentation)
– They should work on better solutions for moving site “parts” (posts or pages) from one site to another (i don’t think on moving entire site, let’s say moving post from category x to some other site)
– Should be considering more MVC approach in the future

As with any open source project (where anyone can download and have a poke around the code and find security holes) you need to keep your installation bang up to date. Once a security hole is found WP are pretty good at fixing it and making an update quickly but you need to be ready to apply those as soon as they come out. As WP is used so extensively it is a good target which means that you need to be diligent about this. If you employ someone to develop you a site using WP make sure there is money in the budget to get them to update it for you if this isnt something you can do for yourself.

It isn’t a full CMS product – which is fine for a lot of sites – but if your site is moving a long way away from something based around a blog then you might find it starts to creak a bit!

Related to both of the above. It’s just PHP so of course you can hack at it and make it do whatever you like. However if you do this you can find yourself in a situation where it is very time consuming to upgrade as you need to re-implement all your hacks. My advice is that if you can use a straightforward install with some plugins then WP is a good choice, if you need to make major changes for it to work on your site you are probably better looking at some of the CMS options out there.

I like Word press a lot for blog based sites, if that is what you are planning on developing it’s a good choice. Just try to avoid pimping your install out too much and remember that you will need to keep it up to date.