btrfs also lacks the ability to organize file systems in trees, with the properties of children file systems being inherited from the parent.
There's also no RAIDZ (which means btrfs is vulnerable to the RAID5 write hole).
I wrote about all the other things that btrfs is missing on my blog (Rudd-O.com).
btrfs is at least 4 years away from achieving feature parity with ZFS.
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