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____/ Peter Köhlmann on Saturday 01 November 2008 23:34 : \____
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> ____/ Michael B. Trausch on Saturday 01 November 2008 16:17 : \____
>>> On Sat, 1 Nov 2008 09:06:02 -0400
>>> Chris Ahlstrom <linonut@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> It does look interesting. Thanks, Mike!
>>> I'll be interested in checking it out when it's included in the
>>> mainline kernel even in the staging area. I reserved some space to
>>> tinker with it to see what I think of it.
>>> Though, I think "butterfs" is probably not the best name in the world.
>>> Makes me think "butter fingers," which really isn't something I'd want
>>> to associate with a filesystem... but we'll see how it actually does.
>>> After all, judging a book on its cover isn't a good thing... :-)
>>> --- Mike
>> Reiserfs is toast,
> It is still the best choice if you have lots of relativly small files
>> pass over the butterfs.
> Why? Is there anything wrong with EXT3?
> And since EXT4 is easily outperforming EXT3,XFS and BTRFS, I would use that
> one instead
I was only joking (toast and butter). Reiserfs is actually still maintained.
~~ Best of wishes
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