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so I'm reading about ZFS and just drooling over all the features
are there any awesome filesystems that are nearing 'stable' that can do a lot of the ZFS stuff? all I ever use is ext3 (well, I guess 4 is out now)
Apr 14, 2010 5:09pm PDT
so I'm reading about ZFS and just drooling over all the features http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZFS are ...
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I hear Resier FS is killer
hahah that's mean
I am pretty sure ZFS is in its own class. It's a shame that it's not really bootable anywhere but solaris...
There's a linux driver available for it, just not at all stable yet :/
it was coming to OS X but those plans got scrapped, they must be working now on a similar file system, pe...
i have a solaris server at home running zfs. one time i had a party and a friend of mine brought with him...
"The limitations of ZFS are designed to be so large that they would never be encountered, given the known...
Btrfs (the defacto successor to ext4) has a lot of the same aims.