Linux Kernel 2.6.29 Includes the Brtfs Filesystem

None other than Linus Torvalds, the father of Linux, announced last evening the immediate availability of Linux kernel 2.6.29, a version that brings initial support for the highly expected Brtfs filesystem. Brtfs is a brand new filesystem created by Chris Mason and designed to act like the ZFS or WAFL ones. When Brtfs will be stable, it will definitely replace the Ext filesystem.

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morganfell3497d ago

More proof why there really isn't any competition for Linux.

andron3497d ago

Wasn't MS originally supposed to bring out a new file system with Vista?

And now they are releasing Win7 with the same old NTSF file system. You have to wonder what they are really spending their time on at MS...