> "Peter K�hlmann" <peter-koehlmann@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> Ezekiel wrote:
>>> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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>>>> Microsoft patches first critical bug in Windows 7 beta
>>> A bug in *BETA* software. Instead of whining about this why don't you
>>> freetards fix ext4 so that it doesn't keep trashing peoples data.
>> Well, it does not. EXT4 does it correctly,
> So losing all of the changes and truncating multiple existing files to
> zero bytes is doing it correctly?
The *apps* are at fault.
They are the one which truncate the files to zero, and then want to
rewrite them with new data. If in that timeframe a powerloss or a crash
occurs, the data is lost
EXT4 has nothing to do with that behaviour
>> it behaves just like NTFS in that case
> Except that NTFS doesn't wipe out your existing data if power is
> disconnected during a 50-second timing window. Only ext4 will wipe out
> both your existing data and the new changes to multiple files at once.
Bullshit. NTFS would act exactly the same under the same conditions
You exhibit again your incompetence. Keep up that "good" work
Never argue with an idiot. He brings you down to his level, then beats
you with experience...