Stratis 3.4 Released As The Latest Open-Source Linux Storage Work From Red Hat

Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Storage on 24 November 2022 at 06:51 AM EST. 7 Comments
Red Hat is out this week with a new version of Stratis, its Linux storage solution built atop XFS and LVM that is intended to provide features and functionality akin to ZFS and Btrfs but with the proven reliability of XFS.

Stratis 3.4 is the new version released on Wednesday and is a small update to this open-source storage tech that leverages the Rust programming language. Stratis 3.4 adds support for starting pools by name, improves the internal Stratis locking structure, restricts certain combinations of sector sizes for block devices, and has other mostly mundane changes.

There are also fixes like addressing the under-estimation of crypt metadata size. Additionally with Stratis 3.4 is also other maintenance work and code improvements.

Downloads and more details on Stratis 3.4 via Stratisd on GitHub.
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