On 06/08/2011 03:10 PM, Matthias Clasen wrote:
The first question to answer here would be what 'proper'
mean. It is certainly supported as a 'plain old filesystem' ie you can
format your partition as btrfs partition, and the desktop will be able
to use them just like any other filesystem. Which is probably good
enough for the initial rollout.
Something along those line is what I had in mind.
User plugs in a btrfs disk and it get's mounted and users can
create/copy/delete files without problem.
various applications/tools support and can assist the end user should he
hit a failing disk and or failing partitions
encrypting a btrfs partition works etc.
Basically not a full btrfs feature rich application support such as
snapshoting etc.. just normal novice end user day to day actions that
involves mounting external drives which have btrfs on them and
create/copy/delete files and any tools that aid him in rescue/recover
failing drives that he might encounter.