Also, I'm not kraftman. Why not I show proof first before shitting from mouth oh wait yes, BSD zealots don't show proofs, they just talk shit that they've been brainwashed with by their holy gods M$ and Apple.
Of course, the poor little BSD luser here can't stand truth facts about his pathetic little OS. He can't stand free speech, he wishes phoronix forums could be as restricted as FoolBSD forums and North Korea. boohoo..... ;)Quote:
I'm getting tired of the same annoying and meaningless crap, and then people wasting their time replying to him (sorry for doing exactly that).
PLEASE, DO SOMETHING!
WAAAAHH!!!!! WAAAAAHHHH!!!!!! WAH!!!! WAH!!!! WAAAAAHH!!!!!!!
Seriously, grow up ;)
And BTW, I don't even know who 'LINUX ANALS SOLARIS' is.Quote:
I also found that the community was extremely nasty to new comes and they are much more also with GNU/Linux and GNU/Linux users. In fact, their number one enemy is GNU, Linux and FSF while they treat the evil Microsoft and Apple as friends against Linux.
I bet BSD supports/devs/users support North Korea, Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia:)
I'm a Programmer: Assembly, C, C++ and Lisp (Awsome with GNU EMACS).Quote:
BTW, I'm a mathematician; I know better than you what a proof is. Loser.
So ur a mathematican, one of the most useless jobs anyone can have. You just cock up fancy mathematical formulations that have absolutely applications to the real world. Even Physics is more applicable then your crap and even they should just scrap it from universities as engineering and IT is the one that's useful.
ZFS pools can be created on Solaris "slices" (sub-partitions as it were) in Solaris/Illumos, and ZFS on Solaris/Illumos is used for the root pools by default, making it core to the OS.
However, the USB support in Linux is by far and away better than the USB support in Solaris/Illumos (at present) meaning that ZFS on USB is significantly more stable on a Linux box ... the Illumos guys are looking to rip out the USB code (based on a streams interface) and replace it with something a whole lot more Linuxy (either from BSD, or written from scratch)
PS. look out for LZ4 compression coming to ZFS on Linux soon, when they get the updated code base ... LZ4 is so fast that it is worth while turning on because it takes less time to read in from the disk and uncompress in memory than it does to read the slightly bigger file from disk!
It is like BTRFS is a clone of Solaris ZFS, Open vSwitch is a clone of Solaris Crossbow, systemtap is a clone of Solaris DTrace, Linux also has a clone of Solaris Zone, etc. Soon the Linux camp have copied entire Solaris. But still, the Linux code is not so good in comparison, according to Linux kernel hacker Con Kolivas:
"...I started to feel a little embarrassed by what we have as our own kernel. The more I looked at the [Solaris] code, the more it felt like it pretty much did everything the Linux kernel has been trying to do for ages. Not only that, but it's built like an aircraft, whereas ours looks like a garage job with duct tape by comparison..."