Maybe btrfs has no fsck,
Posted Jun 26, 2009 11:16 UTC (Fri) by mangoo (guest, #32602)
In a virtual environment, it's not so hard to do such a mistake: just accidentally mount the filesystem twice (i.e. from a guest and a host), and two different kernels will write correct blocks all over, each one corrupting the filesystem.
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