Using ZFS on FreeBSD 7.0

Rick Nekus solarux at
Wed Feb 27 21:12:30 UTC 2008

ZFS is but one of many things Sun has given the world over the years, need I mention NFS,....?
ZFS is fairly new all around, and Apple is now attempting to use it in OSX-Leopard.
zfs will work best on Sun/Sparc/Solaris right now, but whose to say now that they(Sun Microsystems) have pretty well relesed 'da source, it will only get better depending on Developer input from the xBSD"S, and Linux distro's...
-but ya ZFS is the file system defacto(128-bit wide capable FS, and therefore infinite) that will replace all other FS's -ya all others!!!
just like nfs,..., zfs will be the one all OS's should incorporate except of course M$, cause they're balless, godless Addholes, who hate being outdone and outgunned as usual.
 it is different, but just remeber, Sun/Solaris is historically based on BSD/Unix -the "real" UNIX of course so you're not far from the truth.
"make install RealBSD"
> From: js.lists at> To: freebsd-questions at> Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2008 12:37:49 -0800> Subject: Using ZFS on FreeBSD 7.0> > I'm currently running Solaris 10 Update 4 on x86 hardware at home.> > I'm excited that ZFS is coming in FreeBSD 7.0.> > I've found that I don't really like Solaris that much (no ports!). I > find it so different from other OS's and I don't want to learn another > OS just to have a decent fileserver.> > So I'm looking forward to migrating to FreeBSD 7.0 from Solaris 10 > Update 4.> > Since ZFS was ported from Solaris, at version of Solaris 10 or > OpenSolaris Nevada is FreeBSD 7.0 support similar to?> > In other words, will a lose some features, fixes, and enhancements in > ZFS on FreeBSD 7.0 or will I gain?> _______________________________________________> freebsd-questions at mailing list>> To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscribe at"

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