Unique Skill ID: KS1217G6XS05R2L4ZRXH

B-Tree File System (BTRFS)

B-Tree File System (BTRFS) is a modern, copy-on-write file system that is designed to replace the popular Ext4 file system in Linux. It is developed by Oracle and aims to provide advanced features such as snapshots, checksums, and self-healing data, storage pooling and dynamic resizing, and support for multiple devices and RAID levels. BTRFS is widely used in Linux-based systems and is known for its reliability and scalability. It is a specialized skill that requires expertise in Linux operating systems and storage management.

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