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ZFS vs BTRFS at a glance
|Built-in data redundancy support||YES||YES||ZFS has a sort of RAID-5/6 (but better! RAID-Z{1,2,3}) capability, BTRFS only fully supports data mirroring at this point, however some works remains to be done on parity bits handling by BTRFS.
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|Management by attributes||YES||NO||Nearly everything touching ZFS management is related to attributes manipulation (quotas, sharing over NFS, encryption, compression...), BTRFS also retain the concept but it les is less aggressively used.
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|Production quality code||NO||NO||ZFS support in Linux is not considered as production quality (yet) although it is very robust. Several operating systems like Solaris/OpenIndiana have a production quality implementation, Solaris/OpenIndiana is now installed in ZFS datasets by defaults.
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