Examining btrfs, Linux’s perpetually half-finished filesystem
“Believe it or not, we’ve still only scratched the surface of btrfs problems. Similar problems and papercuts lurk in the way it manages snapshots, replication, compression, and more. Once we get through that, there’s performance to talk about—which in many cases can be orders of magnitude slower than either ZFS or mdraid in reasonable, common real-world conditions and configurations.”
I’ve gone off on BTRFS for desktops for a while now. Nothing I’ve seen has change my mind.
More Trail Cam Pics…
Pics from the back of my property. The critters looking at the camera crack me up.