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Thread: Benchmarks Of The New ZFS On Linux: EXT4 Wins

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    @Rallos Zek

    As the above benchmarks and user testimony prove, zfs on linux is not slow, so your statement has been proven false. Why the hostility? CDDL ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rallos Zek View Post
    ZFS is dog slow and eats data what else is new. ...
    Trolling and flame baiting, why are you wasting your (and everybody else's) time? Just go away!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewDB View Post
    Trolling and flame baiting, why are you wasting your (and everybody else's) time? Just go away!
    Stating facts is trolling? LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by energyman View Post
    which is why you can't buy mainboards with built in raid support. Oh, wait....
    Are there any that can do 3-way mirrors? Not some RAID1E crap, real 3-way mirrors? I pushed through an RFE to HP last year for this and the G8 Smart Arrays can do it, albeit with an extra-cost license. Maybe I had something to do with that, maybe I didn't, but 2-way mirrors suck. I've had the remaining half of a mirror go bad before a failed half could sync up a spare. The larger disks get, the longer this period of vulnerability is.

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