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  • #21
    Originally posted by smitty3268 View Post

    That's a matter of debate. People who like ZFS say it's good, people who don't like it say it's bad.
    No. This is certainly not a matter of taste. This is not about look&feel or art which you can like or not. This is about features and performance. There is no doubt, you may like it or not, that ZFS is the most feature rich and most stable filesystem in the Linux or BSD world. And with "stable" I mean the stability of your data stored on ZFS. The self healing capabilities of ZFS are legend.

    You afford yourself the luxury of your own opinion about ZFS although you have no idea.

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    • #22
      Originally posted by smitty3268 View Post

      I think you know that there are people who disagree with this, and therefore by definition there is debate.

      Which is why you felt the need to try and argue so much for it here.

      Like I said, people who like ZFS claim it's superior. People who don't like it think it's a bad design.
      Please share some links about this "debate". I would like to see that 1st hand instead of just following your claim that there is a debate.

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