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  1. Indeed, I love FreeBSD, but it's a different...

    Indeed, I love FreeBSD, but it's a different world; you can't expect to get your games from the nice Ubuntu software center
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    It's not "another LZ4 security issue", as far as...

    It's not "another LZ4 security issue", as far as I understand,
    it's the same one, but has been, as 0xBADC0DE said, more thoroughly analyzed.
    And as a consequence, the same fix applies.
    Yes, the...
  3. Yeah, it's a theoretical risk that it is better...

    Yeah, it's a theoretical risk that it is better to plug, just in case such a situation happen in the future.

    However, the big headline on all those web sites pushing the same pre-formatted news...
  4. Thanks for the link, though i don't understand...

    Thanks for the link,

    though i don't understand the results to be fair :p

    Is that a comparison between lz4 & lzo ?
    If yes, why then is there one config called "btrfs-lzo-lz4"
    and the other one...
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    Any upcoming benchmark with transparent FS...

    Any upcoming benchmark with transparent FS compression on Phoronix ?
  6. Great work drgr33n !! Clear and detailed...

    Great work drgr33n !!

    Clear and detailed results !

    Is there any way to make these "comparable", say with non-compressed & gzip-compressed settings for example ?
  7. > I wrote a patch so people can benchmark with...

    > I wrote a patch so people can benchmark with linux 3.2

    Great ! Thanks !

    By the way, when will Phoronix publish its updated BTRFS benchmarks, as said in the article ?
  8. LZ4

    Well, it seems there is an even better alternative than Snappy which is being tested by LessFS :

    http://www.lessfs.com/wordpress/?p=688

    When will we have an article about that on Phoronix ?
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    Better than Snappy ?

    Since you are evaluating better alternatives to LZO,
    you may also have a look to LZ4.

    It's apparently faster than Snappy,
    while being a plug&play replacement, according to the Apache team which...
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