Using ZFS on FreeBSD 7.0
js.lists at gmail.com
Wed Feb 27 22:47:58 UTC 2008
On Wed, Feb 27, 2008 at 1:00 PM, Rick Nekus <solarux at hotmail.com> wrote:
> 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
> 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
> -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 gmail.com
> > To: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
> > 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?
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