No problem mate,
when I started with btrfs I’ve butchered 4 file systems, lost lots of data … just all fun and game … i did learnt the hard way why ECC matters … why decent PSU matters …
Hey, watch Avi Miller video on basics of btrfs,
Then watch Dave Chinner rip btrfs a new one:
Fun part is that those skeletons are still in the the corner
zfs is not without issues it self, if you ever run into problem and need to “resilver” your system will grind to a halt frenas guys always blame it one everything else, but even they admit that ionice as btrfs has would be a life saver !
Also sorry for jumping on you, your idea was very bad, but at least you did some effort and showed some initiative.
And seriously consider per folder raid levels - it might just solve your problem! Also at 3 disks btrfs raid1 vs raid5 will give you 11% capacity difference. On ZFS you can’t have a 3 disk raid1. on ZFS you can’t change from raid 5 to raid 6 … you need to take your data somewhere else and rebuild whole pool. Always consider that your time sacrificed in the future = time you could spend earning money for more disk OR more time you could spend on the beach relaxing !