I can not help but agree with Tim's comment below.
If you want a free version of ZFS, in which case you are still responsible for
things yourself - like having backups, then maybe:
Meanwhile, it is grossly inappropriate to be complaining about lack of support
when using an operating system / file system that you know has no support.
Doubly so if your data is important and doubly so again if did not already back
On Aug 19, 2011, at 6:54 AM, Tim Cook wrote:
> You digitally signed a license agreement stating the following:
> No Technical Support
> Our technical support organization will not provide technical support, phone
> support, or updates to you for the Programs licensed under this agreement.
> To turn around and keep repeating that they're "holding your data hostage" is
> disingenuous at best. Nobody is holding your data hostage. You voluntarily
> put it on an operating system that explicitly states doesn't offer support
> from the parent company. Nobody from Oracle is going to show up with a patch
> for you on this mailing list because none of the Oracle employees want to
> lose their job and subsequently be subjected to a lawsuit. If that's what
> you're planning on waiting for, I'd suggest you take a new approach.
> Sorry to be a downer, but that's reality.
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