On Thu, May 27, 2010 at 01:29:25PM -0400, Kenneth Armstrong wrote:
Something that occured to me is that I am using BTRFS with Fedora 13
instead of EXT4, which is what I was using under F11. I was under the
impression that BTRFS was actually a bit quicker than EXT4 though.
I wonder how well btrfs deals with modifying files? In an classic
"wandering tree" implementation files are persistent, and modifying a
file would involve a copy. I don't know how far btrfs goes down that
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