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  • cynic
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    Originally posted by fitzie View Post

    block group tree has been available for a few releases, you need a btrfs-progs compiled with experimental to turn it on though.
    I remember there was a working progress page for this, but cannot find it anymore.
    do you have any link?

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  • fitzie
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    Originally posted by cl333r View Post
    Wake me up when they merge and switch to the new on disk format.
    block group tree has been available for a few releases, you need a btrfs-progs compiled with experimental to turn it on though.

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  • brandow
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    Would be nice to see some benchmarks comparing XFS x EXT4 x F2FS x BTRFS x ZFS x BcacheFS on the upcoming linux 6.5.

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  • cl333r
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    Wake me up when they merge and switch to the new on disk format.

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  • Btrfs In Linux 6.5 May Bring A Cumulative Performance Improvement

    Phoronix: Btrfs In Linux 6.5 May Bring A Cumulative Performance Improvement

    Bcachefs hopes to finally merge in Linux 6.5 while for those wanting a mature Linux file-system with all the bells and whistles, Btrfs is a good candidate worth considering. With Linux 6.5 there is a continuation of the recent Btrfs trend around performance improvements...

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