[CFT] ZFS v15 patch (version 3)
Jason J. W. Williams
jasonjwwilliams at gmail.com
Thu Jul 8 07:47:51 UTC 2010
If you're using it for NFS then that can be a good feature, but I see a lot more folks complaining about lack of removal for log devices.
We've been using ZFS on OpenSolaris for DB servers since 2006 and OpenSolaris bits are very stable. In most cases we've found ZFS under OSol to be more stable than Solaris. Normally this is due to the youth of ZFS and the speed with which bugs are being corrected...which end up in OSol while Solaris languishes under it's long release cycle. I'll posit Joyent as an example here of the stability of OSol bits...they use the SXCE distro recently discontinued.
v19 also includes a number of performance fixes for DB workloads.
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On Jul 8, 2010, at 1:32, Martin Matuska <mm at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
> User and group quotas is no important enhancement?
> We have to see the whole thing from a stability perspective as well -
> OpenSolaris has by far less testing than Solaris 10.
> Oracle cannot afford to feed his enterprise customers (and these are not
> few) with untested code.
> Dňa 7. 7. 2010 20:30, Sam Fourman Jr. wrote / napísal(a):
>> On Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 1:25 PM, Jason J. W. Williams
>> <jasonjwwilliams at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> If the target is FreeBSD 9 instead of 8.1, why not merge ZFS v19? 15
>>> really doesn't give any major enhancements over 14 and FreeBSD 9 isn't
>>> coming out any time.
>>> 19 would give much need log device removal and triple parity RAID-Z.
>>> Both of which are well tested at this point via OpenSolaris.
>> these are very valid points, but I am not sure that anyone has zfs v19 patches
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