Fsarchiver vs partimage

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Here is a table that summarizes the differences between partimage and fsarchiver:

fsarchiver partimage
Ability to save/restore standard linux filesystems (ext2, ext3, reiserfs, xfs, jfs) Yes Yes
Ability to save/restore new generation linux filesystems (ext4, reiser4, btrfs) Yes No
Ability to save/restore windows ntfs filesystems Yes (experimental) Yes (experimental)
Requires kernel support for the filesystem to work (or ntfs3g for ntfs) Yes No
Ability to restore the filesystem to a partition which is smaller than the original Yes No
Ability to restore the filesystem to a partition which is bigger than the original Yes Yes (requires resizefs)
Require the filesystem tools (mkfs, tunefs, ...) to be installed to save the filesystem: No No
Require the filesystem tools (mkfs, tunefs, ...) to be installed to restore the filesystem: Yes No
Checksumming of the data and ability to restore corrupt archives Yes No
Compression algorithms which are supported lzo, gzip, bzip2, lzma/xz gzip, bzip2
Ability to do multi-threaded compression which is faster on recent computer with multiple cores/cpu Yes No
Ability to encrypt the data with a password Yes No
Information taken into account to save the filesystem: Files Blocks
User interface that comes with the program by default: Text Semi-graphical
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