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On Mon, 2017-01-23 at 12:27 -0800, L A Walsh wrote:
If you use
btrfs with snasphots and rollback, it is always on
the root volume.
"Best practices" wouldn't apply to someone using brtfs
ongoing problems people post to open-suse. I can't see it being
a production system or one that one wants to "keep up" and have 24x7
I just want to clarify... there's a huge gap between the issues we see
with btrfs and Tumblweeed and the issues that come up with btrfs on
Tumbleweed, with it's _massive_ package churn, highlights a lot of
issues with btrfs that no SLES customer would ever hit.
So, the differentiation on what makes a "24x7 uptime" server isn't the
file system, but the whole OS: and here Tumbleweed is a clearly
inferior choice to SLES.
Technical Architect, Public Cloud
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