[OpenAFS] Best Filesystem
Christopher D. Clausen
Sun, 12 Apr 2009 11:34:40 -0500
Jason C. Wells <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Dirk Heinrichs wrote:
>> So your server OS is Solaris
> No. My server OS is debian. My client OS are FreeBSD, debian, XP.
> Your assumption that file system suitability is determined purely by
> OS is limited. ZFS appears to ready for prime time on BSD and Linux
> or it will be soon enough for me to start thinking about adopting it.
Your assumption is that just because an OS supports a filesystem, that
OpenAFS will support it for a client cache. This is not the case.
Support for ZFS caches on Solaris does NOT mean that ZFS on Linux would
I'd stick with etx2/ext3 caches on Linux if I were you.
You are welcome to try it out, but I'm fairly certain you'll run into
strange errors using ZFS on Linux as an afs cache partition.