On Tue, Nov 27, 2012 at 5:13 AM, Eugen Leitl <eu...@leitl.org> wrote:
> Now there are multiple configurations for this.
> Some using Linux (roof fs on a RAID10, /home on
> RAID 1) or zfs. Now zfs on Linux probably wouldn't
> do hybrid zfs pools (would it?)
Sure it does. You can even use the whole disk as zfs, with no
additional partition required (not even for /boot).
> and it wouldn't
> be probably stable enough for production. Right?
Depends on how you define "stable", and what kind of in-house
expertise you have.
Some companies are selling (or plan to sell, as their product is in
open beta stage) storage appliances powered by zfs on linux (search
the ZoL list for details). So it's definitely stable-enough for them.
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