I think I would rather see people tweaking the heck out of the existing UFS 
filesystem and implementing new ways of getting it to go faster. 
Implementing a whole new filesystem would probably take a lot of work, and 
the performance wouldn't be much better anyways. IMHO, people interested in 
making a filesystem faster should stick with UFS. FreeBSD should not do what 
Linux does, which is make a whole bunch of different filesystems that all 
suck in a different way.

This is an opinion and should be taken as such, not an insult to those that 
like the whole JFS idea.


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