onno at itmaze.com.au
Mon May 12 01:24:46 UTC 2014
Thank you for that suggestion.
Bedup seems at first glance to heavily integrate with brtfs, so I'm unsure
how this would help in the stability stakes.
finger painting on glass is an inexact art - apologies for any errors in
()/)/)() ..ASCII for Onno..
On 11 May 2014 10:36, "Adon Metcalfe" <adon.metcalfe at gmail.com> wrote:
> Offline is good, bedup we have found is nice (specially for worm data like
> archives/backups, 20TB volume sitting at around 13TB 'bedupped')
> Kind Regards,
> 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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