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  • cen1
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    Considering much smaller community and funds, FreeBSD doing pretty well.

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  • f0rmat
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    Originally posted by skeevy420 View Post

    That's because ZFS has pools to promote isolation and social distancing.
    That is a good thing....I hope that ZFS can mask itself from the rest of the system.

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  • skeevy420
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    Originally posted by vladpetric View Post

    Well I have just created a single partition ZFS (build from source, clearlinux), and downloaded the entire COVID-19 genome from here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/AY391777

    Now I have COVID on ZFS ...

    On the plus side, it compresses really well.
    That's because ZFS has pools to promote isolation and social distancing.

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  • aht0
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    Originally posted by Volta View Post

    Not the same. He pointed out there are areas that Clang needs to fix. GCC needs fixes as well, but saying they're not doing anything isn't fair. I'd love to see how pure Clang Linux distribution is performing.
    OpenMandriva is pure Clang distro. Do test it. Test suite is FOSS.

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  • aht0
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    Mindblowing to see actual humor instead of expected trolling..

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  • vladpetric
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    Originally posted by skeevy420 View Post
    And here I was seeing this and thinking how great it is that no matter what combination of open source software on any open source operating system that a person wants to use they should have great results. Yeah, a few things here and there are better at one place or the next, but, overall, you can't go wrong no matter what you pick. It's a great testament to all the love, hard work, and dedication that's present in the open source world.



    Let me tell you about ZFS and all the things its platform can accomplish for you during 2021. For example, ZFS is completely safe from COVID-19. Can you be certain NTFS or Ext4 will keep you safe from COVID?
    Well I have just created a single partition ZFS (build from source, clearlinux), and downloaded the entire COVID-19 genome from here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/AY391777

    Now I have COVID on ZFS ...

    On the plus side, it compresses really well.
    Last edited by vladpetric; 21 December 2020, 11:03 PM.

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  • skeevy420
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    And here I was seeing this and thinking how great it is that no matter what combination of open source software on any open source operating system that a person wants to use they should have great results. Yeah, a few things here and there are better at one place or the next, but, overall, you can't go wrong no matter what you pick. It's a great testament to all the love, hard work, and dedication that's present in the open source world.

    Originally posted by vladpetric View Post

    GCC vs LLVM has been IMO one of the most constructive competitions in the free software world. And the thing is, they're not only open, they're also interoperable for the most part. I even know of people who contributed to both. They are not political parties or cults; they do not require that kind of dedication.

    It takes a certain kind of person to politicize that choice.
    Let me tell you about ZFS and all the things its platform can accomplish for you during 2021. For example, ZFS is completely safe from COVID-19. Can you be certain NTFS or Ext4 will keep you safe from COVID?

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  • vladpetric
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    Originally posted by Volta View Post

    Not the same. He pointed out there are areas that Clang needs to fix. GCC needs fixes as well, but saying they're not doing anything isn't fair. I'd love to see how pure Clang Linux distribution is performing.
    GCC vs LLVM has been IMO one of the most constructive competitions in the free software world. And the thing is, they're not only open, they're also interoperable for the most part. I even know of people who contributed to both. They are not political parties or cults; they do not require that kind of dedication.

    It takes a certain kind of person to politicize that choice.

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  • Volta
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    Originally posted by brad0 View Post

    As if the OP was any better. Same shit.
    Not the same. He pointed out there are areas that Clang needs to fix. GCC needs fixes as well, but saying they're not doing anything isn't fair. I'd love to see how pure Clang Linux distribution is performing.
    Last edited by Volta; 21 December 2020, 05:15 PM.

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  • duby229
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    So, I think it's pretty obvious here that Linux and GCC are freakin awesome!!

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