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Bcachefs Lands More Fixes Ahead Of Linux 6.7 Stable Debut

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  • fong38
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    Originally posted by Quackdoc View Post
    I plan on flashing my nvme to bcachefs when I can, I mainly use it for games and for loading large bitrate videos so no major issues will occur, it's only 256gb so having dedupe will be very nice
    Note that it's only reflinks at the moment. It doesn't support FIDEDUPERANGE which is necessary for tools like duperemove to work. Same with ZFS too (though there's a PR implementing it).

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  • cynic
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    Originally posted by User29 View Post
    it's still kinda experimental. but haters gonna hate.
    i'm not a hater (how does people hate software?)
    just I don't like the way it is proposed (throwing mud on other fs)

    Originally posted by User29 View Post
    btw it doesn't say "it doesn't eat your data". it actually says: "it won't eat your data". future tense.
    ok! you got this one

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  • cynic
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    Originally posted by varikonniemi View Post

    Indeed, fix them before they eat someone's data. Unlike ZFS that was eating data for decades before someone noticed
    it was supposed to be already perfect, or at least this is what the fanbois say!

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  • varikonniemi
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    Originally posted by cynic View Post
    so many fixes for the filesystem that is marketed as the fs that won't eat your data
    Indeed, fix them before they eat someone's data. Unlike ZFS that was eating data for decades before someone noticed

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  • User29
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    Originally posted by cynic View Post
    so many fixes for the filesystem that is marketed as the fs that won't eat your data
    it's still kinda experimental. but haters gonna hate.

    btw it doesn't say "it doesn't eat your data". it actually says: "it won't eat your data". future tense.

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  • sobkas
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    6.78 release? Time is moving so fast...

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  • aviallon
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    Originally posted by cynic View Post
    so many fixes for the filesystem that is marketed as the fs that won't eat your data
    I prefer the fixes rather than "It's already perfect, why bother with your lone non-issue!"

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  • Quackdoc
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    I plan on flashing my nvme to bcachefs when I can, I mainly use it for games and for loading large bitrate videos so no major issues will occur, it's only 256gb so having dedupe will be very nice

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  • oibaf
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    Includes the fix to enable hardware accelerated CRC, which should eventually improve performance.

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  • cynic
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    so many fixes for the filesystem that is marketed as the fs that won't eat your data

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