What filesystem should I use for a large amount of disk space in Linux (>32TB)?
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I am trying to make a large file system in linux, but have run into problems with many of the common file systems.
JFS has a bug that does not allow expansion over 32TB.
XFS has a bug in the fsck that causes the machine to use all available memory and crash when running the fsck on a disk that has a large amount of data (~20TB).
EXT4 is limited to 16TB due to a problem with e2fsprogs.
BTRFS will be nice, but they do not currently have a fsck, which I will need.
Any other ideas?
I do not know of any file system that is better than ZFS on Solaris/OpenIndiana.