UNEXPECTED SOFT UPDATE INCONSISTENCY; RUN fsck MANUALLY
andrew at modulus.org
Mon Sep 29 07:16:35 UTC 2008
> However, as a core general purpose filesystem, it seems to have flaws, not
> the least of which is a re-separation of file cache and memory cache.
For me, this doesn't matter because ZFS is so much faster than UFS
overall. Even if you don't use any of its features, the latest version
does sequential I/O and heavy random I/O faster than UFS on the same
hardware for me.
Cases where UFS is faster are proving to be the exception rather than
However, I cannot recommend its use until it is stable, which it
currently still is not, under very heavy load.
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