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  • #81
    Originally posted by skeevy420 View Post
    If BTRFS ever reaches feature parity with ZFS I'd likely switch.
    like no ability to run from single drive? why do you need such weakness parity?

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    • #82
      Originally posted by BeardedGNUFreak View Post
      Linux Slashdot kiddies still bitter over Btrfs crashing and burning.
      LOL
      kid, try to look at zfs bugtracker
      Such a clusterfuck.

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      • #83
        Originally posted by cdufour View Post
        this statement is pretty disrespectful to the people who contributed to ZFS *on Linux* since its fork from the original Sun/Oracle codebase.
        why one would respect people pushing out of tree crap?
        next step is respect to nvidia driver
        Originally posted by cdufour View Post
        I bet those people would gladly work without this license imbroglio that Sun has gotten them into.
        But Sun is dead and we all know what Oracle is.
        then those people should pull hands out of their asses and write linux filesystem which uses zfs on-disk format and implements zfs features, instead of shoving shit down your throat
        Originally posted by cdufour View Post
        A very sad state of affair, considering ZFS (on Linux) in the only *serious* (iow. production-grade, even if not advertised as such) open/free filesystem in its category.
        only idiot can consider unsupported buggy crap *serious* and production-grade

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        • #84
          Originally posted by lichtenstein View Post
          in order to reap the benefits I really would need more than one drive - otherwise zfs/btrfs can report but not correct errors.
          only zfs has such deficiency. btrfs can have multiple copies of data on one drive. and it has multiplie copies of metadata on one drive by default. btrfs is superior to zfs in any way possible

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          • #85
            Originally posted by pal666 View Post
            troll: bla bla bla
            Above quote says all..

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            • #86
              Originally posted by aht0 View Post
              I ask though, what's the probability that ZoL devs simply did not notice depreciation 10 years a go.
              it is probable, since they are not very smart in the first place
              those functions are also x86-only. so your zfs is as much of "linux filesystem" as nvidia windows blob is "linux driver". you can use it on linux as long as you agree to limit yourself to knee-elbow position

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              • #87
                Originally posted by aht0 View Post
                Above quote says all..
                there is a dominating linux kernel. and there is a bunch of trolls doing helpless bla bla bla on forums. not very smart and not very reality-aware trolls

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                • #88
                  Originally posted by some_canuck View Post

                  just a quick shortlist...
                  LLNL has contributed to linux plenty, EDAC, lustre, ext4 are three examples.
                  Sun gave you NFS.
                  Oracle contributes quite a fair bit to linux, even if all they seem interested in is their UEK. They started btrfs.
                  no, btrfs was started by one guy before he went to work for oracle. iirc he was working for suse.
                  so what is stopping oracle from contributing zfs propely just as they "contributed" btrfs?

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                  • #89
                    Originally posted by pgoetz View Post
                    What someone who doesn't have to deal with real users and real world workloads might say. For at least a couple of my projects, ZFS is by far the best solution
                    this means you've made mistake during judgement. in any case, you didn't get zfs from upstream, so target your complaints to party from which you get it, not to some unrelated party. or ask yourself to smarter select your vendors next time
                    Last edited by pal666; 01-12-2019, 08:41 AM.

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                    • #90
                      Originally posted by pgoetz View Post
                      ZFS cultists -- you mean IT professionals who work with real users / real workloads?
                      no, that would be me and i see no use for zfs

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