I Fought Murphy's Law, And The Law Won

33 thoughts
last posted Jan. 15, 2017, 9:15 p.m.

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One interesting thing about Btrfs here is that it really doesn't give you a lot of levers to pull. The idea is that the filesystem code is just supposed to work: there's no real reason to have a million little utilities to work around bugs; the only really legit configuration option is "I know that some of this data might be corrupt, so please just try to give me something from my now-broken filesystem" as opposed to "please guarantee me the maximum correctness possible using all the checksums and redundant data you've got" which is the default behavior.

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