ZFS status now in June? / stable enough for a file server?

Hugo Silva hugo at barafranca.com
Wed Jun 20 12:38:01 UTC 2007


Borja Marcos wrote:
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> On 20 Jun 2007, at 13:13, Olivier Mueller wrote:
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>> So if you are already using ZFS in "pre-production", I would be glad for
>> a short "go/no go" feedback, thanks :-)
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> I already jumped into the wagon yesterday with a non-critical machine :)
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> So far I'm happy. Not that I've done a lot of tests, just made some 
> make worlds over ZFS filesystems. I  installed the June FreeBSD 7 
> snapshot and cvsupped yesterday.
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> Borja.
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Been using it myself on i386 for a couple of weeks, all I did was 
disabling prefetch and lowering maxvnodes as recommended; Copied over 
120GB of data and been actively using ZFS (with daily snapshots on /home 
et all) for the past weeks, I have no complains. No panics, nothing :)

Hugo


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