[zfs-discuss] Re: spl/zfs-0.6.0-rc12
chessdoter at googlemail.com
Wed Nov 21 03:34:27 EST 2012
I remember reading somewhere, the ZoL would support booting off a raidz
pool. I've accomplished some prep like upgrading to precise, creating a
secondary boot path (to avoid getting lost in case i fail creating a
working ROOT dataset), repartitionned and connected an SSD cache to the
pool and so on. To go root with ZoL would allow for some more restructuring
and ease up the handling a lot. Also i went through the process in virtual
world using RLaager's Wiki.
But before jumping on that trail, i would like to understand, if and how
the grub-support will be maintained in the future as i learned it would
currently not be published yet. Is that true?
Am Mittwoch, 14. November 2012 22:44:26 UTC+1 schrieb Brian Behlendorf:
> The spl/zfs-0.6.0-rc12 release candidate is available.
Over the years, more and more data migrated into zfs thanks to the overall
good experience i am having. And i am impatiently awaiting to get rid of
the last non-zfs areas too and eventually combine all the pools into one.
But i dont want to get beyond the point of no return with software that
will not get development attention.
So what is the status there?
the "so-called" UbuntuNewbie
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