I don't know ZFS deeply enough but seems to me that LVM would be a better
option for production environments just because it's more mature, although I
expect it'll be so sooner or later.
Yet I've heard of it as a nice FAT32 alternative for removable drives, at
least at home.
On 6/1/07, Darren Kenny <darren.p.kenny at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I don't think it's of much benefit via FUSE, likely to be too slow for
> serious uses - but it's main benefit is as an alternative to FAT32 for
> disks, since it's endian neutral (it's aware, but won't complain about it
> handle it transparently).
>> For the record, opensolaris builds should also have iSCSI support in
>> Nick Murtagh wrote:
> > Miguel Angel Vilela wrote:
> >> I was about to say that very same thing! :D
> >> Does anyone when ZFS will be ported to Linux? O:-)
> > It has been:
> > http://zfs-on-fuse.blogspot.com/> >
> > I don't see what advantage ZFS gives over LVM + standard linux FS in the
> > original poster's scenario though...
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