> Yes, it's completely reasonable to not do it. It might seem like a big
> change on its own, but Btrfs has had native compression for 10+ years,
> and at least three years for most all of the workloads at Facebook. So
> it's quite safe.
But it has been eating data as recently as 2018  and the Debian wiki warns strongly against using compression that is dated for 2020 . The project will already see a large number of new bugs thanks to the wider breadth of hardware, why throw in an additional variable when you can flip it on in six months anyway?
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