Btrfs Merged Into Mainline Linux Kernel
Phoronix: Btrfs Merged Into Mainline Linux Kernel
Btrfs, the next-generation Linux file-system conceived by Oracle and designed to compete with some of the features found in Sun's ZFS file-system, has just been merged for the Linux 2.6.29 kernel. Last week we shared that Btrfs was getting ready for the mainline kernel and since then Chris Mason and other kernel hackers have committed several commits to the btrfs-unstable tree. There have been 21 commits to this new open-source file-system in the past four days. This morning Linus Torvalds finally pulled Btrfs into the mainline kernel...