On 27 June 2020 17:55:09 CEST, Chris Murphy <lists(a)colorremedies.com> wrote:
On Sat, Jun 27, 2020 at 3:12 AM Markus Larsson
> There's a difference between "can" and "should". I find this
"<other guy> can do this are you less of a man than <other guy>"
Yes, I also find it tiresome when people make grandiose claims of
having facts on their side, and yet provide none, but inject hyperbole
into the conversation instead.
> When SLES made the switch they did only recommend it for system data not production
data because it kept breaking and data loss is painful.
> That was still the case 3 years ago, if they have reconsidered it has been done later
> It's very clear from both the openSUSE and the Arch community that btrfs has
higher failure rates than ext4 and the rate of catastrophic failure is non-negligible.
Excellent! Provide the data. I'm looking forward to seeing this very
clear data. You can provide it, today?
The actual data I will never ever be able to share. I have ended my time at that
particular company but even when I was there I was not permitted to share such data. Or
did you mean data from openSUSE and Arch?
Just have a look at their bug trackers.
You can dismiss it as anecdotal, that's fine. You could also try to see why someone
would get the view that I hold.
I have no problem with Fedora supporting btrfs, I have a problem with having it as the
This is because my experience tells me that it isn't ready yet. Josef has a different
view and that's good, even fine tbh. Disagreement is good, that's how mistakes are
That said, arguing doesn't do much good now, the decision looks like it has already