Which is the best file system for solid state disks?

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Richard Ballantyne asked on LKML: “What file system that is already in the linux kernel do people recommend I use for my laptop that now contains a solid state disk?”

Jan Engelhardt replied: “If I had to choose, the list of options seems to be:

* logfs [unmerged]
* UBI layer with any fs you like [just a guess]
* UDF in Spared Flavor (mkudffs –media-type=cdrw –utf8) [does not support ACLs/quotas]“

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