Re: [dev] JFS filesystem

From: Daniel Cegiełka <>
Date: Sun, 21 Apr 2019 22:20:22 +0200

niedz., 21 kwi 2019 o 21:55 Ciprian Dorin Craciun
<> napisał(a):

> Indeed, Git is the best "file-system" (if it can be called so) for
> important data. (It even has `git-fsck`.) :)
> Moreover I usually keep (and generate once in a while) MD5 checksums
> of all my files, which, coupled with a backup strategy, could provide
> a way to recover data even long after it was initially created. These
> MD5 files can also be used to "diff" the contents at various points in
> time.
> (I know that MD5 isn't "cryptographically strong" anymore, however I
> don't need that feature, I only need "good enough" fingerprinting.)

If you are interested, I have my own mtree fork[1]. I removed all the
algorithms (md5, sha*) and instead I used blake2b[2].

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