On Sun, Sep 14, 2008 at 10:15 PM, Lisa Muir <34.24.34 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Haven't touched it in quite a while, but lousy driver support has
> always been the main driver of solaris users to linux.
Here, you named it Solaris, not OpenSolaris. It has come a long way in
terms of drivers. If you want proof, grab the latest LiveCD and test
it out. I was quite surprised myself.
> Freenas.org is my choice for this, just for simplicity of solution and
> upgrades (change cd and reboot), but mine is a small environment which
> doesnt have performance or load issues.
So I am guessing you trust it with your data at home. I love that
project too but wouldn't be ready to stake my user's data on that just
> Apparently you need very beefy boxes to run zfs, something to do with
> every file being compressed in the filesystem. That kind of feature
> doesn't scale too well IMHO.
No you don't.
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