OS X Lion time machine => (afpd|iSCSI) => ZFS question
sean at gothic.net.au
Thu Jul 21 23:25:20 UTC 2011
On Thu, 21 Jul 2011, Bakul Shah wrote:
> On Thu, 21 Jul 2011 15:28:08 PDT Chuck Swiger <cswiger at mac.com> wrote:
>> On Jul 21, 2011, at 2:56 PM, Bakul Shah wrote:
>>> I am in no hurry to upgrade my MBP to OS X Lion but given Lion
>>> time machine and netatalk issues,
>> Which issues? (And did you file a bug report? :-)
> Google `os x lion netatalk time machine'! But briefly, a newer
> version of the appletalk protocol is used with lion time
> machine which is not supported by netatalk in the ports.
> netafp.com (I think that is the right name) has a new version
> but at least for now it is closed source (only their customers
> get it -- whether they are breaking the GPL or not is a
> discussion belongs elsehere). The version in sourceforge is
> not quite upto snuff from what I hear.
The 2.2beta apparently supports AFP 3.3, but it's not in the ports
>>> I got wondering if iSCSI on FreeBSD is stable enough for
>>> time machine use. How much duct tape and baling wire are needed
>>> to make it work?!
>> There was a fine discussion about this here:
> Thanks. I think I saw it back then.... Nothing new since then?
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