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    Yes, I was referring to the checksum...

    Yes, I was referring to the checksum functionality which is similar to having a software RAID 5 equivalent (but only one disk).
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    I stand corrected, there was a push to make BTRFS...

    I stand corrected, there was a push to make BTRFS the default in Fedora 16 but it did not prevail. Offending link here:...
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    @jadrevenge: no, the tests performed were not the...

    @jadrevenge: no, the tests performed were not the default! Fedora uses BTRFS as the default and they changed it to use ext4. Anytime you use software RAID you incur performance penalties; that is...
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    Wow, troll much? I suggested 2 different, but...

    Wow, troll much? I suggested 2 different, but more accurate, ways to test Solaris vs. Linux and your comment is "that's stupid." Take a look at what software raid does to performance (btrfs vs....
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    Flawed Test Results

    Hi, these tests results are flawed. Solaris is using ZFS in these tests, so to accurately compare it with other Linux distributions you would have to partition the Solaris filesystems with UFS or...
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