btrfs is a B-tree based, copy-on-write filesystem for Linux. It's main features include snapshots, checksumming of data and filesystem level RAID support. It's similar to [tag:ZFS].

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Does Windows have a checksumming filesystem like ZFS or BtrFS?

I use ZFS and love it. I know that BtrFS also supports checksumming. I've been told that checksumming is available in Windows 2008, but I've been unable to verify this. Are there checksumming ...
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How does BTRFS compare to ZFS?

I am considering which OS and filesystem to use on some new servers I have and am considering either Free BSD with ZFS, or Linux with BTRFS. The programs I have run on both systems, so the only ...