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[Discuss] any decent NTFS implementations for Linux?

On 7/23/2014 2:02 PM, Bill Bogstad wrote:
> The problem seems to be 100% bad filesystem software.

No, it's FUSE.

FUSE runs in user space. Disk I/O happens in kernel space. This means
that read and write operations require much context switching. The
overhead for this is very high.

Rich P.

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