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  1. I wouldn't draw the conclusion that BtrFS is...

    I wouldn't draw the conclusion that BtrFS is slower than ZFS, just because ZFS is so scalable. The similarities between BtrFS and ZFS are significant and one could say that BtrFS is an extension of...
  2. Or perhaps Linux kernel is too bloated for ZFS...

    Or perhaps Linux kernel is too bloated for ZFS and XEN? Also consider that two slim systems with poor matching can give a bloated result when merged. ZFS is claimed to be very slim compared to other...
  3. Well again I'm all about "that depends on the...

    Well again I'm all about "that depends on the workload", and environment and so on. Personally I'm not sure I would use ZFS og BtrFS on a laptop or any other FS that goes to great lengths to preserve...
  4. Well as always with performance this needs to be...

    Well as always with performance this needs to be modified with a "that depends on the workload". If you have compression on and use a slow CPU and precompressed data then performance will not be much...
  5. ZFS and BtrFS are both a lot about performance in...

    ZFS and BtrFS are both a lot about performance in multiple disk scenarios. Neither is really made for single drive performance. If you want single drive performance then ext2/3/4 with aggressive and...
  6. It is nice to see filesystems tested. Just be...

    It is nice to see filesystems tested. Just be aware that this is probably the most difficult part of a computer system to understand with regards to performance. Also testing ZFS and BtrFS on a...
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