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Btrfs is getting there, but still not quite ready for production

Anonymous Coward writes | about a year and a half ago

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An anonymous reader writes "Btrfs is the next-gen filesystem for Linux, likely to replace ext3 and ext4 in coming years. Btrfs offers many compelling new features and development proceeds apace, but many users still aren't sure whether it's "ready enough" to entrust their data to.

Anchor, a webhosting company, reports on trying it out with mixed feelings.

Their opinion: worth a look-in for most systems, but too risky for frontline production servers. The writeup includes a few nasty caveats that will bite you on serious deployments."

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