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Reiser4 Is Now Available For Linux 4.9, Mirror Code Almost Stable

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  • Guest
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    Originally posted by Brane215 View Post

    Yes, but Reiser has accustomed to working in contained out-of-tree mode for some 10 years at this point...
    Yes, I suppose so. People who use it know what they are doing.

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  • Brane215
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    Originally posted by hussam View Post
    I would never use a out-of-tree file system kernel module no matter how good it is. It's just not a very future-proof habit.
    Yes, but Reiser has accustomed to working in contained out-of-tree mode for some 10 years at this point...

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  • sb56637
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    Looks like a killer product...

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  • cjcox
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    Originally posted by hussam View Post
    I would never use a out-of-tree file system kernel module no matter how good it is. It's just not a very future-proof habit.
    ZFS early adopters?
    (though I've had my share of ZFS headaches... and have switched many away from it)
    ...
    (now I'm having XFS headaches... and switching away from it)

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  • Guest
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    I would never use a out-of-tree file system kernel module no matter how good it is. It's just not a very future-proof habit.

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  • milkylainen
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    And all three users rejoiced over the almost stable filesystem...

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  • Reiser4 Is Now Available For Linux 4.9, Mirror Code Almost Stable

    Phoronix: Reiser4 Is Now Available For Linux 4.9, Mirror Code Almost Stable

    For those that haven't yet switched to Btrfs, ZFS On Linux, or running EXT4/XFS but holding out hope for Reiser4, this out-of-tree file-system code has been updated for Linux 4.9...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...-For-Linux-4.9
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