LLNL Talks To Us About Their Linux ZFS Port
Aug 27, 2010, 16:34 (2 Talkback[s])
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"- KQ Infotech's ZFS port is indeed based off of LLNL's work.
It's based off of the SPL/ZFS 0.4.9 tar-balls that the national
laboratories had published to their GitHub page.
"- Brian Behlendorf intends to pull changes made by KQ Infotech
into their ZFS code-base.
"- Eventually their ZFS port will be updated against onnv_147,
which is the last OpenSolaris build to be made public prior to
Oracle killing OpenSolaris. It though will take some time before
they are compatible with the build 147 release in order to maintain
"the current level of stability and Linux kernel portability."
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