Re: OT: Re: ZFS in OS X? in Linux? was Re: packing disk copy 4.2 disk images for the web?

From: toby <toby_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2007 09:42:40 -0700

On Apr 25, 12:49 pm, Ray Arachelian <r..._at_email.domain.hidden> wrote:
> toby wrote:
> > Shortly after I wrote that, a NetBSD Summer of Code project mention
> > hit the mailing list:
> >
> Let's not forget our friend FUSE, (File
> system in User Space) for which there is a ZFS project:

Yes, I mentioned that.

> There was a small effort for openbsd here: not
> sure how far it got. ...
> I've no idea how far any of these projects have gone towards getting ZFS
> up and running - likely they are all in their early stages. ...


> Anyhow, this is probably offtopic, so I'll drop it here, but add that
> I'm really, really looking forward to running ZFS on just about every
> machine I've got. :-)

The quickest and most reliable way to do that today would be to acquaint yourself with Solaris. But I understand how you feel: Study it long enough and you realise that in revolutionary concept it's what we'll all be using, sooner or later.


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