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The developers of the Linux kernel have added support for SSD caching.
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In kernel support of ssd caching and btrfs on raid …
Deb, are you doing anything with BTRFS? Our developers are but it’s not in production software yet. This new kernel pushes them ahead many months on a production machine using it, though.
No, not yet, but inclusion of btrfs means it’s almost stable, and it had a few decent file system tweaks, compared to ext 3/ext 4, it’s going to be excellent.
Ntfs, eat your heart out.