[conspire] The practice of making ext4 a default needs to die an excruciating and gruesome death
togo at of.net
Sun Aug 12 20:39:14 PDT 2012
> I'm not usre who's maintaining the ZFS kernel drivers on Ubuntu,
> but they seem to be doing an OK job of it, most of the stuff works
> "as advertised". I haven't tried very many things yet, just the basic
> "zpool replace", "zpool scrub", and using rsync to copy stuff over.
Well, I've never heard of kernel packages-
due to licensing issues there are only FUSE
packages. Or something has recently changed
and you will enlighten me.
Here's the package page for precise- they don't exist for prior versions:
Package maintainer is listed as: "Ubuntu MOTU Developers" (Mail Archive)
Maybe changelog will show more:
All I see are @debian.org addresses. So I'm guessing they're just
grabbing the Debian packages as is. Which is the normal division of
labor between Debian and Ubuntu- Debian works on the pervasive stuff
and Ubuntu works on appearance and ease of use and chipset support to
the exclusion of architectures and user interfaces outside the
Oh, which brings me to... zfs kernel modules *are* available in
... but I haven't personally tried it.
> Anyone else trying out ZFS?
I have before and will again but I'm not actually using it anywhere
right now. I suspect my next run with zfs will be as part of a
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