I live in a zone where power failures are very common. While I was using EXT3 I lost data for several times due to power failures, and there was even a time a disk got corrupted. After I switched to JFS the data lost is minimal and I never had a corrupted disk. Another think I enjoy in JFS is that its really quick to fsck a disc after power failure. So is it safe to switch to EXT4 ?
I, for one, welcome our new elder overlords
looks like it was done in MS paint to me...
Nope. It's clear they used Photoshop. Those atoms look to good to be real.
The restriction on media files sharing only applies when using the built in Mionet client. I think the reason for the bad reviews is the slow speed. Although it has a gigabit interface, the processor doesn't have the required processing power. The greatest transfer rate I can achieve using FTP is ~7MB/sec for reads and ~5MB/sec for writes. But for it's low price and low power requirements I can't ask for more.