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SubjectRe: Solaris ZFS on Linux [Was: Re: the " 'official' point of view" expressed by kernelnewbies.org regarding reiser4 inclusion]
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Adrian Ulrich <reiser4@blinkenlights.ch> wrote:
> > > Great to see that Sun ships a state-of-the-art Filesystem with
> > > Solaris... I think linux should do the same...
> >
> > This would be worthwhile, if only to be able to futz around in Solaris-made
> > filesystems.

> s/I think linux should do the same/I think linux should include Reiser4/
> ;-)

So ZFS isn't "state-of-the-art"?

[...]

> But i'd rather like to see a Linux version of WAFL :-)

WAFL is for high-turnover filesystems on RAID-5 (and assumes flash memory
staging areas). Not your run-of-the-mill desktop...

> ZFS didn't really impress me:
> The Volume-Manager is nice but the Filesystem.. well: It beats UFS
> .. sometimes ;-)

OK, ext3 + LVM it is then.

> See also: http://spam.workaround.ch/dull/postmark.txt

Interesting.
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