ZFS On Linux 0.7.13 Released With Fixes For Linux 5.0 Kernel Compatibility
ZFS On Linux (ZoL) 0.7.13 was released today where the principal changes come down to Linux 5.0 kernel compatibility. ZFS On Linux support required some fresh workarounds for compatibility with this new kernel version with upstream kernel developers still being resistant to this out-of-tree file-system due to Oracle/Sun's licensing.
The ZFS On Linux 0.7.13 release will work on Linux 5.0 while still retaining compatibility all the way back to Linux 2.6.32. This release also has GCC 9 build fixes, Python 3 support for its test runner, and other smaller updates throughout. But for all the exciting and new ZoL additions, you'll need to wait for the ZoL 0.8 release to happen.
More details on ZoL 0.7.13 via GitHub.