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The linked sources refer to the on-disk format. The format of ext2 is designed to be highly extensible (perhaps the clue is in the name? :). I think I read the ext4 code can still mount ext3 and maybe ext2. Even if that doesn't work now, it's how they were developed and it supports transitions like easily upgrading filesystems. The format has flags, ...



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