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  • amxfonseca
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    It already solves one of the current limitations of btrfs. It allows to set the number of replicas on a subvolume/folder basis.

    Ideally I want to have a single pool of let’s say 4 disks. And then set the replicas for for stuff like pictures and documents to 3. And for downloaded media I would use a single replica, since I can afford to lose that data during a disk failure.

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  • Jannik2099
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    There are still a bunch of severe bugs in bcache that haven't been fixed for years, anyone jumping on bcachefs straight away is just asking to repeat the early btrfs experience.

    It's a single dev, working on a filesystem with about as many features as ZFS - calm your expectations

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  • uid313
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    bcachefs allegedly at one time shared about 80% of the code with bcache.

    Jens Axboe asked if there was still a clean separation between bcachefs and bcache. Overstreet said that there was; roughly 80% of the code is shared.

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  • babali
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    Bomb! I've been waiting for it!

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  • birdie
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    Wow, wow, wow! Looking forward to it! The guy's perfectionist and he's been developing it on its own.

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  • mdedetrich
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    Really looking forward to seeing the release, especially fond of Kent's attitude in developing bcachefs (i.e. get the core design principles right before releasing it).

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    Bcachefs Might Be Ready For Upstreaming In Linux This Year

    Phoronix: Bcachefs Might Be Ready For Upstreaming In Linux This Year

    The Bcachefs file-system that was born out of the Linux kernel's block cache code has over the past few years matured greatly. Now in 2022 the core fundamentals of the file-system are "pretty close to done" and will hopefully be mainlined this calendar year into the Linux kernel...

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