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Tux3 Under Review, Offered For Mainline Linux Kernel

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Back in March I wrote about Tux3 might finally make it into the mainline Linux kernel and that information panned out on Friday when Tux3's lead author, Daniel Phillips, called for its code to be reviewed and offered for it to be mainlined within the kernel source tree. Tux3 development is also moving over to a code repository.

Tux3 is a versioning file-system that succeeds the Tux2 file-system that ran into patent issues several years back. Tux3 has been under development on and off since 2008 but is finally in a state where it's feature-comparable to EXT3, has offered fsck support since last year, and it's reported to have wild performance claims that put it on par with other leading Linux file-system.

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