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LUP 545: 3,062 Days Later

  • Air Date: 2024-01-14
  • Duration: 57 mins 15 secs

About this episode

Kent Overstreet, the creator of bcachefs, helps us understand where his new filesystem fits, what it's like to upstream a new filesystem, and how they've solved the RAID write hole.

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32-bit challenge, bbs, bcache, bcachefs, boosts, btrfs, caching, car camping, checksumming, ci, community, compression, copy on write, cow, database, encryption, erasure coding, filesystems, jupiter broadcasting, kent overstreet, linus, linux, linux podcast, linux unplugged, low latency, modern filesystem, nixos, performance, raid, raspberry pi, reliability, replication, rust, scalability, scale, snapshots, tail latency, technology, upstreaming, write hole, xfs, zfs

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