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Improving ext4: bigalloc, inline data, and metadata checksums

Improving ext4: bigalloc, inline data, and metadata checksums

Posted Dec 3, 2011 0:52 UTC (Sat) by nix (subscriber, #2304)
In reply to: Improving ext4: bigalloc, inline data, and metadata checksums by walex
Parent article: Improving ext4: bigalloc, inline data, and metadata checksums

So you're blaming the Lustre people now? You do realise Lustre is not owned by Red Hat, and never was?

And if you're claiming that btrfs is effectively RH-controlled merely because RH customers will benefit, then *everything* that happens to Linux must by your bizarre definition be RH-controlled. That's a hell of a conspiracy: so vague that the coconspirators don't even realise they're conspiring!


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Improving ext4: bigalloc, inline data, and metadata checksums

Posted Apr 13, 2012 19:34 UTC (Fri) by fragmede (guest, #50925) [Link]

I though *Oracle* was a/the big contributor to btrfs...


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