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    Default Btrfs In Linux 3.5 Is Not Too Exciting

    Phoronix: Btrfs In Linux 3.5 Is Not Too Exciting

    The Btrfs pull request for the Linux 3.5 kernel went in on Friday, but it's not particularly exciting...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTExMjg

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    Default File system for SSD?

    I am currently using a SSD with ext4.
    Eventually, I guess I will switch to btrfs when its more mature.

    What is the best file system for a SSD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by uid313 View Post
    I am currently using a SSD with ext4.
    Eventually, I guess I will switch to btrfs when its more mature.

    What is the best file system for a SSD?
    Currently, I'm using ext4 with the discard mount option. I'm too nervous about btrfs data loss issues yet, and I'm going to wait on it for a bit longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veerappan View Post
    Currently, I'm using ext4 with the discard mount option. I'm too nervous about btrfs data loss issues yet, and I'm going to wait on it for a bit longer.
    Yeah, I am using the 'discard' mount option too. I think I also use noatime or relatime (to save writes on the SSD).
    But wonder what is the best file system for SSD?

    ext4, ZFS, btrfs, NILFS2, JFFS2, UBIFS, YAFFS, LogFS, etc?

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