well, it might still be years to go until Btrfs is mature enough for stable & production use
Originally Posted by 0xBADCODE
for me it still throws errors and loses/screws data
until then I'll gladly use ZFSonLinux which is getting better and better (and faster, too!) btw
don't get me wrong: I'd really like to use Btrfs due to ease of accessibility over ZFS but my data integrity and presence currently is more important than using a filesystem whose fsck doesn't do too much yet and can be overwhelmed by suspending the computer/laptop and through syncing the portage-tree and thus losing complete access to the data ...