Re: Experiences with BTRFS -- is it mature enough for enterprise use?
Pascal Hambourg wrote:
> Best for what ?
for booting of raid
> Who still uses RAID arrays without persistent superblocks ?
historic reasons - systems aged 10y+
> Who still uses RAID assembly by the kernel instead of mdadm ?
same as above
> All this has beed obsoleted by the superblock format 1.x and the use of
> an initrd or initramfs.
"In-kernel autodetect is not recommended for new installations."
> By the way, if you compile md in the kernel, you should also compile all
> necessary host controller and disk drivers in. And expect failure with
> current drivers which do not guarantee that a given disk gets the same
> device name at each boot.
While your statement is true, I personally use UUID (/etc/fstab) and have no
problem with it at all.
Overall summary - you are right - it should not be needed nowdays