Well the info then and now would be quite a bit different as things are
actively being developed. ;)
The old works, just feature frozen for years. It's limitations are well
documented. The announcement version in September had been updated once or
twice I believe since then and I run it on several systems. I also run daily
build on two real world systems because I like horror movies.
The new, everything everyone else has in ZFS currently with a few tiny
exceptions. I don't have the details in a nice list, but a few of the new
things drastically reduced my workload and were in my opinion well worth
upgrading. Many of the issues with our past stable feature frozen version that
gave me a headache are gone. No data has been harmed or lost in the mad science
lab or in the wild with my clients. Knock on wafer board. ;)
Why not test it on an external drive and let us know if your priorities find a
little bug to squash? You have a ZFS RAID shirt for bugs, right?
Or ask pointed questions....
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> On May 21, 2014, at 12:46 PM, "Wood C. C." <wood.char...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Last September following the announcement of OpenZFS on OSX (aka "O3X"), the
> interchange below appeared on this list.
> Can someone with both O3X and MacZFS experience provide us an update on the
> status of O3X and its advantages and disadvantages relative to the current
> MacZFS (74.3.3)?
> Very much appreciated,
>> From: Alex Blewitt <alex.blew...@gmail.com>
>> Subject: [zfs-macos] Announcement - OpenZFS
>> Date: September 17, 2013 at 1:07:10 PM MDT
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Reply-To: email@example.com
>> This could be interesting.
>>> On Sep 22, 2013, at 5:14 AM, Graham Perrin <grahamper...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> OpenZFS is all good!
>>> Today, a little edition to the OS X subsection of the Wikipedia page for
>>> ZFS. A highlight -
>>>> The 17th September 2013 launch of OpenZFS included ZFS-OSX, which will
>>>> become a new version of MacZFS, as the distribution for Darwin.
>>> - the positioning under Darwin, not under OS X, reflects the OpenZFS
>>> emphasis on open-source.
>>> <https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=ZFS&oldid=574025731> for that
>>> edition. Further editions will be welcomed, in particular:
>>> a) the Wikipedia table of comparisons does not reflect the capabilities of
>>> b) more generally, histories (including but not limited to what's in the OS
>>> X subsection) could be moved to the uppermost history section.
>>> With an emphasis on open-source, at <http://open-zfs.org/wiki/History> the
>>> history presented by OpenZFS is pleasantly condensed, compared to the
>>> histories in Wikipedia.
>>> Alongside that potted history, I love that most aspects of the OpenZFS site
>>> are future-focused.
>>> Last but not least, a page that was not obvious when OpenZFS was first
>>> ... it's remarkable that so few questions arose following the launch. I
>>> like to think that the clarity now is a natural product of all the positive
>>> collaborations in the weeks, months and years before the launch :-)
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