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Re: Experiences with BTRFS -- is it mature enough for enterprise use?

Le 04/01/2018 à 08:55, deloptes a écrit :
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.

If old things are running, then they have already been set up a long time ago, and there is not need to tell what's best.

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