reiserfs is a revolutionary new approach to file system design which stores not just filenames but the files themselves in a B*-tree. It is a generation ahead of alternatives which use older plain B-tree technology, and cannot store the files themselves in the tree. Reiserfs doesn't suffer from log congestion either, you can effectively use it for quickly creating a 100,000 entry directory, and it is fairly unique in that.
Release Notes: Bugfixes, a missed case in hash detection code, a new REISERFS_CHECK mode (you can mount by 3.5.x then by 3.6.x and again by 3.5.x), and a check for the count parameter in reiserfs_file_write.
Release Notes: Bug fix in reiserfs ioctl code for lilo and decrement key bug fix.
Release Notes: This release is the latest beta patch for kernel 2.4.0-test12.
Release Notes: This release is the latest version patched for 2.2.18. Please visit the alternative download URL or homepage to download this version.
Release Notes: A port to 2.4-test9, a fix for the not-more-than 64k subdirectories, and misc. experimental features.