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Re: Experiences with BTRFS -- is it mature enough for enterprise use?




On 12/30/17 01:26, Matthew Crews wrote:
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject: Re: Experiences with BTRFS -- is it mature enough for enterprise use?
>> Local Time: December 29, 2017 4:48 PM
>> UTC Time: December 29, 2017 11:48 PM
>> From: jan@xxxxxxxxxx
> 
>> You still can go md-raid + btrfs, if you want some btrfs features.
> 
> If you're using Raid1 or Raid10, md-raid + btrfs is probably worse than native btrfs Raid1 + Raid10.
> 

The problem with btrfs-raid10 (with 6 disks): it self-destructed itself
on our soon to be production server twice in december.

So no way btrfs-raid is going to see production on our machines anytime
soon.
It seems to work without issues on md-raid6 + luks + btrfs so far...
So hopefully we will at least have snaphots <3

Its just a file/backup-server and nothing that would need best disk
performance - if we wanted that, we would have gone for ssd's. :)

br,
Jan Vales
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