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  • #41
    ...Beyond this, SUSE does not use Btrfs for data, but uses XFS. Sometimes certain statements are just words in the wind ....

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    • #42
      Originally posted by duby229 View Post
      It's actually a really bad shame, one of the worst shames ever in computing history.
      It's almost as bad as Intel integrated graphics are for gaming, isn't it?

      There are more corrupted filesystems in production right now than you can imagine.
      No there aren't.

      And with no tools that can detect it or correct it,
      lol no.

      SuSe should be sued out of existence for it.
      SUSE is one of the best distros if you want to use btrfs as they do care and backport fixes and stuff.

      God help the poor souls that are using Ubuntu.

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