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+ - Btrfs Plan For Fedora 16 Postponed->

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kai_hiwatari
kai_hiwatari writes "In June, the Fedora developers announced plan to switch to Btrfs as the default filesystem in Fedora 16. While Btrfs is no doubt a huge improvement, many questioned the decision because Btrfs is just not ready for production use — especially the lack of a fsck equivalent.
Today, Josef Bacik of Red Hat has announced that Btrfs will not be used as the default file system in Fedora 16. Fedora 17 is now the new target."

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