Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 29th Mar 2013 23:45 UTC
Linux "Today the ZFS on Linux project reached an important milestone with the official 0.6.1 release! Over two years of use by real users has convinced us ZoL is ready for wide scale deployment on everything from desktops to super computers."
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Anyway, let's get back to the original point.

Let me know when the port nova-compute from OpenStack to OpenSolaris based systems is done. Or when someone starts with a Ceph port. Running cluster pairs is starting to look a bit to much like a hassle.

People would love to see these things, still they haven't happend. 1 or 2 people did work on an OpenStack port to one of the OpenSolaris based system.

A port to FreeBSD which also has ZFS and DTrace would be very welcome too.

Even better (for us) would be if it is a Debian based OS like Debian/kFreeBSD or Nextena OS.

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Laurence Member since:

Whatever mate. I'm not getting into an OS flamewar with a Linux fanboy.

This tangent was about ZFS vs Btrfs not all the other prejudices you have against non-Linux platforms.

Edited 2013-03-31 14:08 UTC

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Lennie Member since:

My point is, Linux is what Windows was, it is where the applications are being developed.

I know Linux is just trying to implement everything the OpenSolaris-based systems already had for years:

ZFS - btrfs
Zones - LXC, SELinux, SecComp2, usernamespaces, cgroups, etc.
DTrace - System Tap, etc.

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