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[Discuss] On Btrfs raid and odd-count disks

On 4/10/2013 12:00 PM, Derek Atkins wrote:
> Sure, but then you're subject to the raid5 write hole (and I think raid6
> is also subject).  I'm trying to avoid that by using a raiding
> filesystem like ZFS or BTRFS.

Disable write cache on the subdevices. Or use a RAID controller with a
battery-backed cache.

Rich P.

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