Re: Experiences with BTRFS -- is it mature enough for enterprise use?
Pascal Hambourg wrote:
> How is it better than using an initramfs ?
>>> 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.
> The kernel cannot use UUIDs to mount the root filesystem. Using UUIDs
> requires an initramfs.
It is not about not using initramfs, it is about keep old things running.