Fedora 16 May Default To Btrfs File-System
Phoronix: Fedora 16 May Default To Btrfs File-System
At long last, the Btrfs file-system is about to see some wide-scale deployments. While this next-generation Linux file-system has been an installation option in Fedora, Ubuntu, and others going back for several releases now, with Fedora 16 it may become the default file-system...
This must be a joke, like btrfs's defragmentation
See the upstream bug.
If you really use btrfs as your main fs (as I did), it's really easy for files to be fragmented to hell, and reach unbelievable slow speeds (500kb/s).
Plus there's no fsck (that can fix issues). It's experimental at best.