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  • energyman
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    'whooped' in a 'majority'? Really? Well technically - because of threaded io tester.... if you take that one out everything changes. Or you could have written 'btrfs is whooped' ... well... whatever.

    Btw, why did you miss to mention THE r4 feature? atomicy?

    Rename data loss can happen with every FS - except reiser4.

    Or wandering journal and dancing trees which are a nice way to spread the write load over the disk?

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  • mayankleoboy1
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    Is Reiser4 the "Brain fuck scheduler" of file systems ?
    It has merits, and can be developed further to beat a lot of mainline FS's. But it wont be _ever_ introduced in the mainline kernel. For reasons that some critics say are biased against the _developer_ , rather than the technical merit of the code itself.

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  • LinuxID10T
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    Originally posted by bug77 View Post
    What does it do?
    Typically murders mail order wives and makes shitty defenses in court then gets beaten up badly in prison. Also, even if Hans Reiser didn't murder anyone, the kernel people NEVER liked him. We would have never seen Reiser4 becoming mainstream anyway, despite the fact that ReiserFS was so damn popular. I have a hunch, if it was developed more, it would be far ahead of any Linux filesystem speedwise (for desktop loads at least.)

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  • bug77
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    What does it do?

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