Originally Posted by abhay4589
Almost every company that "supports" Linux that has well laid out plan for supporting it.
I am under no illusion, I am aware that ZFS is technically more advanced and mature FS.
Just had an idea thought I would share it and that's it.
And it's a valid question. A few of the responses were unnecessarily rude.
As far as btrfs, there is no technical reason it could not be ported. It's just the practical reasons: someone would have to need that port bad enough to work on it, and continue working on it because btrfs is still developing and there will be frequent changes. A VM running Linux would let FreeBSD access a btrfs filesystem. Or who knows, the code might be written for portability and easy to get working on FreeBSD. The nice thing about FreeBSD is that if you care about something enough, you can make it happen.