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ReFS but for Linux

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http://unix.stackexchange.com – Microsoft is going to bring a "Resilient FileSystem" with Windows 8, but only for servers. I'd like that on a Linux desktop, but my search reveals no contender. There are so many filesystems for Linux, that maybe I've just missed it. What I expect from such a filesystem is that a bad block won't screw up either files or the journal. I'm no FS geek, so please explain if such error-resilience is unfit for a desktop/CPU intensive/memory intensive/lowers the HDD's lifespan/is already in some FS like Ext4/etc. Is there something like this available for Linux? (HowTos)