I'm very impressed by btrfs' RAID capabilities. Still getting my head around subvolumes, but seems to have beneficial implications for btrfs' snapshot abilities... New home server is running on a pair of SSDs with RAID1 & a couple big spinning disks for precious family data (R1) & device backups (R0)...

@lightweight zfs does all that and much more, without worries your data might get corrupted

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