On Mon, Dec 21, 2020 at 4:00 PM cagsm <cumandgets0mem00f(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Revisiting this thread about robut file systems and what to use these
days on disk storage:
I recently read again on btrfs and their checksum feature also for
data, not just mere metadata. So they write that with very recent
kernels like 5.5 or even 5.10, there would be some hashsum features
enabled in the kernel that btrfs would make use of for data checksum
and integrity and all.
btrfs had checksums for data from the day one. I have no idea what you mean.
> Is opensuse leap 15.2 currently able to create btrfs on disk with the
> data checksum feature enabled as well? What would I need to do to make
> this happen? Current leap has some older 5.3 linux kernel.
> Anyone using nifty btrfs data checksum features with current opensuse
> leap versions?
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