Resilient File System (ReFS) is a B+ tree based, copy-on-write filesystem introduced in Microsoft Windows 2012 that is intended to eventually replace NTFS.

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For a drive formatted with ReFS, with a mirror, will it self heal if there is a bad sector?

Under Windows 8.1, if I format a drive to ReFS, then add a mirror using Disc Management, will it self heal if there is a bad sector on one of the drives? Or do I have to use Storage Spaces to take ...
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Storage Spaces - Why Use Parity? [duplicate]

Given that mirrored Storage Spaces provide automatic corruption detection and repair, is space efficiency the only compelling advantage of parity over a mirror? I am thinking that the poor write ...
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ReFS Scrubbing of User Data

According to this ReFS requires checksumming all file system metadata. It can checksum user data, but it is not the default option. In ReFS, if integrity streams are enabled (Mirrored Storage Space), ...
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Is ReFS ready to host production VHDXs on Hyper-V 2012 r2 clusters?

One of the new features that I didn't see listed in all the "Windows Server 2012 r2" posts is that Clustering now supports CSVs that are formatted with ReFS. So, naturally, I would like to change the ...