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Does the ext4 journaling option have any affect for Windows SMB clients?

Does the ext4 journaling option have any affect for Windows SMB clients? Or is it useless and I'd perform better (better up- /download speed) without it?
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How to analyse timestamp in ext4 manually?

I am doing research on Ext4 and I believe I understand the fundamentals of Ext4. Ext4 stores timestamps. In my assignment, I have proposed to analyse the timestamp of Ext4 MANUALLY instead of typing ...
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Is it safe to disable ext4 journaling on root and home partitions?

On my ArchLinux laptop I have / and an ecryptfs encrypted /home partition formatted with ext4. Both contains importand (backuped) data. Is it safe to disable ext4 journaling when partitions contains ...
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Linux fine tuning for Vertex 3 SSD

I've been reading about optimizations for SSD disks on Linux, there is lots of info out there although very confusing and most feel outdated so I'd be grateful if someone sheds some light on the ...
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SSD: NTFS vs EXT4

Always when I read about SSD usage under Linux, the advice is to disable journalling in Ext4 (or use Ext2), since it's too bad for your SSD. But in all articles about SSD tweaks for Windows, I never ...
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Will these instructions work when turning of journaling on an ext4 SSD?

I have an Acer Aspire One with an SSD for storage. I recently installed Ubuntu on it and chose ext4 for my filesystem. Then I read that journaling on an SSD isn't the best idea, so I will try to ...
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Filesystem to quickly get recent modifications

I've got relatively big filesystem (ext4) with lots of small files and I'd like to backup it. Making full backups often is not feasible to me so I want to have a way to make differential/incremental ...