On Wed, Jul 01, 2020 at 03:50:37PM -0400, Josef Bacik wrote:
> I've stated this many times before, btrfs is more vulnerable to
> things going wrong.  It's also more likely to notice things going
> wrong.  There's things we can do to make it easier in the face of
> these issues, they're patches I've written and submitted in the last
> few days.  There's bigger, more complex things that I can do to make
> us more resilient in the face of these corruptions.  But even with
> all of the things I have in my head, I could still go do one or two
> things and render the file system unusable.  Would these things
> happen in practice?  Unlikely.  Is it impossible?  Unfortunately no.

Thanks Josef. I definitely appreciate your responsiveness here, and your
explanation helps me understand things better.

Matthew Miller
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