Hi. I have a spare off the shelf consumer PC and was thinking about loading
Solaris on it for a development box since I use Studio @work and like it
better than gcc. I was thinking maybe it isn't so smart to use ZFS since it
has only one drive. If ZFS detects something bad it might kernel panic and
lose the whole system right? I realize UFS /might/ be ignorant of any
corruption but it might be more usable and go happily on it's way without
noticing? Except then I have to size all the partitions and lose out on
compression etc. Any suggestions thankfully received.
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