I know that there are many articles and wiki available for this matter, and I have read many of them already. But I'm still confused also because some of them are probably outdated. So maybe I can clarify some doubts here...
I want to install Archlinux (which is a rolling distro, so latest kernel, latest drivers, latest everything) on my new Dell XPS 13 laptop equipped with a NVMe CX2-8B512-Q11 NV SSD drive alongside Windows 10. I've already shrunk windows partition, disabled fastboot and secure boot etc.
The question is now about which file system to choose for
/. I've read some articles and I learned that:
BTRFS is cool but still unstable. I read of people being screwed up using it. So it's not recommended at this stage.
EXT4 is the most reliable one today and the only down side is jounaling with takes space on the drive.
F2FS is designed for SSD but still tricky at this time to get it running.
So the best choice for a stable system as of today is EXT4, right?
About mount options: DISCARD seems to be deprecated an not recommend. Arch wiki advise to enable periodic trim service. Are there other mount options to add to fstab (e.g rw,relatime,data=ordered)?