Is ZFS production ready?
wojtek at wojtek.tensor.gdynia.pl
Thu Jun 21 15:43:04 UTC 2012
> I think it is incorrect to assume that a failure with ZFS that cannot be
> recovered could be recovered if you used UFS with fsck.
i think it is incorrect to not read carefully.
So explanation - ZFS failure NOT caused by disks failure cannot be usually
But even if i am wrong at this, rest still apply.
> What fsck fixes in
> other file systems doesn't apply to ZFS by ZFS's design. fsck deals with
> fixing superblock inconsistancies on non-journaled file systems (like
> UFS/UFS2), not resurecting corrupted blocks on a disk.
yes i know that article.
And it is truly funny for me to know people do think this way.
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