On 03/11/2018 10:00 PM, Carsten Mattner via arch-general wrote: > I'm happy to hear that. My rationale is based on past observations > of needlessly heated arguments and ZFS, due to its license splitting > the Linux community in half, appearing to be perfect fuel for such > a thread. > > Thanks for the wiki links. Never used ZFS on Linux because I avoid > out of kernel patches. Maybe I will give it a try on Linux as well.
Well yes, the main reason people get heated about it I think is because it is out-of-tree kernel modules and as such are less reliably stable or some such. Based on how well archzfs keeps their binary repos up to date, I'm not 100% convinced on the stability. Moreso consider that it's difficult to bootstrap a system without zfs available, and if their binary repo does not match the current archiso... -- Eli Schwartz Bug Wrangler and Trusted User
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