[OpenAFS] Overview? Linux filesystem choices
Tue, 28 Sep 2010 17:37:35 -0500
For what it's worth, we've been using ZFS for our AFS partitions for many
years now, and it's been rock solid. It's even saved our butts in a few
situations where ZFS recovered far more gracefully than UFS would have.
If you're using Solaris, I believe that there is no reason to use anything
other than ZFS at this point.
On Tue, Sep 28, 2010 at 02:53:52PM -0700, Patricia O'Reilly wrote:
> I'm curious, what types of problems have you encountered with
> ZFS? We are actually considering using ZFS on some of our fileservers.
> Jeff Blaine wrote:
> > We're considering ditching our Sun boxes with vice
> > partitions on ZFS :(
> > What's the tried-and-true production-quality Linux
> > equivalent? Anything? Last I read, nothing.
> > Barring an equivalent, what Linux setup...
> > a) seems most stable
> > b) is fsck-less
> > Even quick grunt responses are appreciated. Thanks.
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