adon.metcalfe at gmail.com
Sun May 11 02:35:31 UTC 2014
Offline is good, bedup we have found is nice (specially for worm data like
archives/backups, 20TB volume sitting at around 13TB 'bedupped')
On 10 May 2014 14:09, Onno Benschop <onno at itmaze.com.au> wrote:
> Has there been a PLUG talk on this topic, or some recommended reading I
> can look at? I don't recall seeing anything on this topic during #LCA2014,
> but I may have missed it.
> It appears to my initial google-fu that there is lots going on, but very
> little of it seems to be ready for prime-time and I really don't want to
> start experimenting with this in a production environment.
> So far I've found btrfs, which Facebook appears to be trialling, but it's
> not considered stable. ZFS appears to be implemented as a DKMS because of
> licencing conflicts, requiring a re-compile every time you update the
> kernel, lessfs as a Fuse module, but it seems unstable with countless crash
> I'm running various versions of Ubuntu under VMware Fusion 4.x (OS X
> 10.6.8) and would love to have some disk space back ;-)
> Onno Benschop
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