ZFS ZOL now working?

vall

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I think our dear FreeBSD project lacks on some "branding" of technologies thus people don't understand why they can use FreeBSD instead of GNU.
For now ZFS can be subtractable from advantages of FreeBSD because de-facto it's one another Linux future ported to FreeBSD.
FreeBSD is very comfortable to keep in control all of system, but "on paper" it seems like FreeBSD is a layer (say linuxkpi) for GNU/Linux, so people think "why don't just use GNU/Linux?"
For example on Wikipedia OpenBSD has a lot of homegrown projects and pros at all. FreeBSD seems doesn't have so "marketing stuffing".
 

aragats

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For now ZFS can be subtractable from advantages of FreeBSD because de-facto it's one another Linux future ported to FreeBSD.
I'm sorry, but instead of answering the OP's question you write nonsense without understanding the subject.
Please search this forum for the corresponding discussions and get familiar first.
 

vall

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Yep I was so lost about fear of "Linuxulation" of FreeBSD that forgot to give real answer.

On my laptop I'm using snapshot of FreeBSD-current+ZoL posted in letter by Kris Moore and it works.
I'm not an expert but I ran zfs tests and it looks like there are no errors ))
 
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