Posted Jun 17, 2007 19:05 UTC (Sun) by joern
In reply to: btrfs?
Parent article: Linus on GPLv3 and ZFS
> Maybe so, but there's quite a lot of catch-up to do. Once you have COW, transactions, and checksums, then you want self-healing; then snapshots; pools; quotas; compression; and so on, until you eventually have something like ZFS. :)
Sure, ZFS has an impressive set of features. If nothing else, it has showed how things can be done. And I have little doubt that btrfs, which you quoted, will end up having most of those features relatively soon. And even if Chris dies tomorrow, I'll keep working on LogFS.
The only question is when, not if. :)
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