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    I'm pretty sure that's the point of it.

    I'm pretty sure that's the point of it.
  2. BTRFS

    We've been using BTRFS on multiple 24x7x365 systems for about two and a half years now, without issue. In fact it saved us when our backup drive silently failed, writing corrupted data. Without BTRFS...
  3. Might as well just say "Just another drama filled...

    Might as well just say "Just another drama filled day in development." There actually seems to be a lot less drama in the media for open source than exists behind closed doors in the proprietary...
  4. Not complaining, noting it (as others are as...

    Not complaining, noting it (as others are as well). I do contribute my time where it's cost effective; this is an instance where I've determined that it's not. That's a decision I get to make, not...
  5. I'm familiar with the process, but it takes days,...

    I'm familiar with the process, but it takes days, sometimes over a week for the problem to occur. By the time I completed a bisect, 3.17 would be out. Odds are, someone will have corrected the issue,...
  6. Stalls mostly, as well as reduced responsiveness....

    Stalls mostly, as well as reduced responsiveness. I use btrfs, but the btrfs mailing list seems to indicate they're not btrfs related. It may be the result of btrfs switching worker threads to now...
  7. I've been sticking with the 3.12.x longterm...

    I've been sticking with the 3.12.x longterm kernel, because of assorted issues and instability since the multi-queue block layer implementation. Maybe 3.16 will be the one that finally lets me move...
  8. That's what I was looking for, the performance of...

    That's what I was looking for, the performance of the compiler itself. The resulting output is (ideally) expected to be very close to identical, but if the cost of the compile time varies greatly,...
  9. It very much depends on the system, and which...

    It very much depends on the system, and which video driver you're using. I have a laptop that suspend/resumes several times a day, for years now. It never has an issue, and the only reboot is for...
  10. Multiple computers on your home network can...

    Multiple computers on your home network can communicate with each other as well as with the Internet. For example, you may have a file server that provides storage for all your desktop computers....
  11. So who won?

    The contest was over a couple of days ago, but I didn't see a post about the winners?
  12. FS Kernel comparison base

    Please use a 3.12.x kernel as a basis of comparison. That seems to be the most responsive kernel, compared to 3.13.x and 3.14.x. I'm hoping 3.15 restores the interactive responsiveness.
  13. If you're using the display as a desktop, the...

    If you're using the display as a desktop, the additional resolution lets you increase the size of the display while keeping pixels below the visibility threshold. The 39-inch 4k is the equivalent of...
  14. Do you have a smartphone? ...

    Do you have a smartphone?

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=kr.sira.sound

    4K TVs are starting to be used as monitors, and with 39" 4K TVs available as low as $400, they are...
  15. Time to update

    At this point, I'd like to see 4K performance comparisons and sound level dBm measurements added to the benchmarks for video cards.
  16. Threading?

    After all these years, still no multithreaded ciphers.
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    If you're using back-level software that a...

    If you're using back-level software that a distribution considers 'stable', you can't expect to have the fixes that the developers have already applied long ago. On Fedora, I run the Rawhide...
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    So, you've been using btrfs for about a month now?

    So, you've been using btrfs for about a month now?
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    Yes, but odds are you don't want to use it; it's...

    Yes, but odds are you don't want to use it; it's not EXT4. See comment #3.
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    It's solid

    We've been running btrfs on multiple systems (desktops and server) in multiple configurations (single, raid0, raid1). After 15 months, we haven't encountered any issues.

    I think where people get...
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