Linked by malxau on Tue 17th Jan 2012 13:34 UTC
Windows Along with Storage Spaces coming in Windows 8, ReFS forms the foundation of storage on Windows for the next decade or more. Key features of the two when used together include: metadata integrity with checksums; integrity streams providing optional user data integrity; allocate on write transactional model for robust disk updates; large volume, file and directory sizes; storage pooling and virtualization making file system creation and management easy; data striping for performance and redundancy for fault tolerance; disk scrubbing for protection against latent disk errors; resiliency to corruptions with "salvage" for maximum volume availability in all cases; and shared storage pools across machines for additional failure tolerance and load balancing.
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RE: Don't worry
by silviucc on Tue 17th Jan 2012 14:57 UTC in reply to "Don't worry"
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Actually I know they're going with it. Linux will have btrfs (Oracle will make sure of it), Solaris and FreeBSD have ZFS so Windows Server is left waaaaaay behind and MS does not want that.

Aint competition a great thing ?

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