On 05/09/2016 11:46 AM, Valeri Galtsev wrote: > Yes, ZFS, and thanks a lot! For distributed file system "brick" boxes ZFS > (btrfs,...) may be a must, but only if distributed filesystem doesn't have > its own mechanism ensuring file integrity, right? Ignore distributed filesystems for a moment. Is there any application for which want to allow your computer to silently corrupt your data? My email archive consists of messages in individual files (Maildir), and I'd like to ensure that bits don't flip. I'd like to ensure that bits don't flip in my music files, creating noise during playback (one corrupt sample could end up being pure noise played back at maximum volume). Even for very basic, relatively unimportant purposes, I want my data in a reliable filesystem.