I agree with its unbelievable that ext4 does not have *proper* > 16 TiB support. That being said I think I would disagree with JFS and ZFS not being stable and mature.
Originally Posted by jwilliams
Not true. There was a bug in mkfs which had problems with > 32 TiB file-systems (not 16). This was fixed now and I have a file-system over 64 TiB running JFS:
Originally Posted by curaga
It might be getting time to switch to XFS as it has imrpoved a lot over the years but I had pretty major issues with corruption (especially on crash/powercycle, kernel panics, etc..) in the past. Granted this was in the earlier 2000s but once you have a bad experience with a fs that caused dataloss its hard to go back.
root@dekabutsu: 12:42 AM :~# df -H
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
rootfs 129G 103G 27G 80% /
/dev/root 129G 103G 27G 80% /
udev 11M 238k 11M 3% /dev
/dev/sda1 129G 78G 52G 61% /winxp
/dev/sdd1 36T 26T 11T 72% /data
/dev/sde1 84T 5.6T 79T 7% /data2
tmpfs 13G 144k 13G 1% /dev/shm