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  • #41
    only one i see that might support it as default an thats opensuse

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    • #42
      Originally posted by Anvil View Post
      why do you say No? i cant see Redhat supporting BTRFS as default
      How distant in the future can you see with that glass ball of yours?

      FYI: SUSE's default is btrfs for / and xfs for /home, with plans to have /home on btrfs too.

      Really I'm not saying btrfs is gonna rule because kittens, I'm only saying it's too soon to declare XFS as winner of all filesystems.

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      • #43
        Originally posted by Anvil View Post
        only one i see that might support it as default an thats opensuse
        Meanwhile ext4 is the default pretty much everywhere.

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        • #44
          Originally posted by starshipeleven View Post
          Meanwhile ext4 is the default pretty much everywhere.
          yeah i knew btrfs was default in Suse . as Suse has supporters for people to use it, where as Redhat dont. tthere was 1 person that tried to get btrfs in as default but failed, it aint ready for starters an who knows when it will be. that person was ( josef bacik ) Redhat have far more ext support people so it makes sense to keep ext4 as default in workstation, XFS is default for Server i think , people can use btrfs now

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