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Linux UFS2 support

I notice that the Linux UFS driver in the Debian kernels is compiled
with UFS2 write support disabled.

This would appear to be because write support is considered
experimental. However, it would apppear that it's been like this since
*at least* 2009.

Does anyone know what the current status of the UFS2 write support is?
Is it considered safe enough to use? If so, would it be worth changing
the Linux Debian kernel to enable it, which would vastly aid
interoperability between Linux and kFreeBSD?

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