[zfs-discuss] ZFS on Linux compatability with latest FreeBSD and Solaris...

Hajo Möller dasjoe at gmail.com
Thu Dec 25 13:01:26 EST 2014


See Open-ZFS' wiki about feature flags, pools can be imported as long as
its "active" feature flags are supported on the target system. Pools with
feature flags are at version 5000.

Current Solaris ZFS pools are not importable using Open-ZFS, the latest
supported pool version is 28. Solaris can't import pools with feature
flags, either.

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Regards,
Hajo Möller
Am 25.12.2014 13:09 schrieb "Stacey Pellegrino" <stacey.pellegrino at gmail.com
>:

> What is the latest update regarding true interoperability of the ZFS
> volumes between each supported OS. Create on Linux and it will import into
> Solaris and FreeBSD... However, creating on those OSes will not let Linux
> work. Not tested on OS X. Anyone adding light to this situation would be
> most welcome to join the discussion.
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