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  1. It's one thing to honour the instruction set etc,...

    It's one thing to honour the instruction set etc, anotherthing to be fast. The allwinner were never fast, at all. Like I said before, the whole tablet experience is going to suck unless you've got...
  2. As an owner of several Chinese tablets using the...

    As an owner of several Chinese tablets using the Allwinner and other chipets, they are slow. They might have the clock speed and the cores and the instruction set, but the IPC is low. THat combined...
  3. Uh. In short: you're wrong :)

    Uh. In short: you're wrong :)
  4. Um. Not sure if troll. The stupidity, it burns.

    Um. Not sure if troll. The stupidity, it burns.
  5. If the mortal can read, Archlinux can be...

    If the mortal can read, Archlinux can be installed. Not trollling, you just need to partition your target, format it, install some packages, change a config, update your boot loader and you're done....
  6. Wrong distro

    Wrong distro
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    systemd shaved off 70% off my boot time, very...

    systemd shaved off 70% off my boot time, very welcome!
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    Go away, stop trolling.

    Go away, stop trolling.
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    mdadm See...

    mdadm

    See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-standard_RAID_levels#Linux_MD_RAID_10


    The driver also supports a "far" layout where all the drives are divided into f sections. All the chunks are...
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    Thanks. I can't wait for SSDs to become good and...

    Thanks. I can't wait for SSDs to become good and usable.
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    Sure. Do you have a source that shows a rough...

    Sure. Do you have a source that shows a rough estimated lifetime of a Sandforce SSD? (normal use)

    If it's 5 years than even halfing that to 2.5 years is definitely OK. As always, it depends on...
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    Exactly. Personally I'd use compression anyway to...

    Exactly. Personally I'd use compression anyway to save space, unless it hurt write performance by >50%. The lifetime of the SSDs is fine anways regardless, so this is the route I'd go :)
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    So if you write 50GB to the SF SSD without...

    So if you write 50GB to the SF SSD without compression, you'll see less than 50GB used on the filesystem?
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    Why won't it save space? I'm not saying you're...

    Why won't it save space? I'm not saying you're wrong, I just don't understand it. Example:

    100GB SF SSD, 1 single btrfs partition. So let's say ~95GB or so available to the user. If the user...
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    Since SSDs are tiny, I don't mind having...

    Since SSDs are tiny, I don't mind having compression enabled sometimes saving ~50% of space on a filesystem, with non-noticeable performance impact.
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    .. which is not visible to the filesystem, so...

    .. which is not visible to the filesystem, so compression still matters a lot.
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    Not sure if trolling... Default mount options...

    Not sure if trolling...

    Default mount options are used. Besides, have you even looked at the features of btrfs?
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    AFAIK you only need a new enough kernel with the...

    AFAIK you only need a new enough kernel with the AES* modules? The binaries have nothing to do with it, the AES encryption acceleration comes from the Intel CPU in combination with the kernel...
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    I don't see why not? If you have the source code,...

    I don't see why not? If you have the source code, and you know it's supported for Ubuntu 10.04, then why shouldn't it work with your own kernel as long as it's not too far from Ubuntu's version...
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    Well, supported is irrelevent, isn't it? It's...

    Well, supported is irrelevent, isn't it? It's free ;)

    So the source code is there, build it, and use ZFS in $_dist_of_choice like in the distros you mentioned.
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