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    Btrfs can use LZO compression, it would be...

    Btrfs can use LZO compression, it would be interesting to check if benchmarks show some gain.
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    The 64 bit was updated for last time in November,...

    The 64 bit was updated for last time in November, 30. So they have a 64 bit codebase, and they have released 10.2 and 10.3 beta, but not updates in the 64 bit codebase.

    How many years have I...
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    Virtual Screens? In Windows? Available with a...

    Virtual Screens? In Windows? Available with a simple right-click?

    I don't think you really know what a "virtual screen" is. Hint: It's not a "virtual desktop"
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    So, the system was working fine out-of-the-box,...

    So, the system was working fine out-of-the-box, but he wanted to use the really really weird "virtual screen" configuration, which is something only used by him and god knows who else and apparently...
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    Step 1: design Yet Another Ugly and...

    Step 1: design Yet Another Ugly and Overengineered IPC System (YAUOIS)
    Step 2: move it to the kernel to overcome the problems caused by bad design decisions.

    Seriously, I doubt this will be...
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    Now that Oracle has killed OpenSolaris and the...

    Now that Oracle has killed OpenSolaris and the ZFS code will be outdated on purpose just to make Oracle's products nicer, and after the Java lawsuit, there's no way I'm going to care about any other...
  7. Yes The btrfs web page

    Yes



    The btrfs web page
  8. While it's true that ZFS has been engineered with...

    While it's true that ZFS has been engineered with servers in mind, you can use the ZFS features even on a single disk (well, at least btrfs can)
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    IOzone writes zeros for its benchmarks, so...

    IOzone writes zeros for its benchmarks, so testing iozone with btrfs compression enabled has zero sense.
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    "To us at least, it still is a real problem that...

    "To us at least, it still is a real problem that such a regression can be introduced in the mainline kernel and live there for a number of days without being addressed -- especially when it...
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    Probably not a lot of people. Many people waits...

    Probably not a lot of people. Many people waits to -rc1 (or even later) to start testing things. It turns out that there is not a huge "disaster" anywhere, during the development of a release...
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    Dude, there's not even a -rc1, we are still in...

    Dude, there's not even a -rc1, we are still in the merge week!! What the hell phoronix thinks its measuring?
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    I wonder why phoronix benchmarks always focus on...

    I wonder why phoronix benchmarks always focus on the tiobench latency, and never shows the tiobench troughtput...tiobench outputs many data, and many of them are more interesting than latency.
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