[OpenAFS] Overview? Linux filesystem choices
Sun, 03 Oct 2010 10:05:54 +0200
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Am 28.09.2010 21:49, schrieb Russ Allbery:
> Jeff Blaine <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> What's the tried-and-true production-quality Linux equivalent?
>> Anything? Last I read, nothing.
> There's nothing really equivalent to ZFS.
>> Barring an equivalent, what Linux setup...
>> a) seems most stable
>> b) is fsck-less
>> Even quick grunt responses are appreciated.
> We use ext3. It isn't the fastest or the most featureful, but it's the=
> core file system that everyone uses on Linux and for us it's been rock
> solid. You're the least likely to run into strange problems.
> Lots of people also use XFS, and it should be reasonably stable. I wou=
> avoid ReiserFS and JFS due to lack of developers and widespread use.
> ext4 is getting to the point that it's mature enough to use, but I'm no=
> sure I'd trust it yet.
I run btrfs already, which is (or will be) equivalent to ZFS (somehow).
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