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Thread: Its Official...!! GA release on 14th Jan 2010

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    OK, I am officially not a skeptic anymore. You have my support!

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    Quick question: Was the code brought fwd to 2.6.37?

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    Default permission problem with newly created file/directory

    Trying out the GA on my zfs-fuse pools.. somehow any file/directory created while using the GA, the permission is always "0000". where can i file a bug report regarding this or is it a known issue.

    ps. i am on amd64 ubuntu 10.10 server btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xyzzyx View Post
    Trying out the GA on my zfs-fuse pools.. somehow any file/directory created while using the GA, the permission is always "0000". where can i file a bug report regarding this or is it a known issue.

    ps. i am on amd64 ubuntu 10.10 server btw.
    further testing... this doesn't happen on newly created pool and filesystem... only happen on pools created with zfs-fuse and imported with zfs-linux.

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    OK. tested the 2.6.35.10. The build fails on 2.6.36 and 2.6.37. This is going to be a recurring issue.

    Anyway, I am happy to report that native zfs on Linux 2.6.35.10 boots fine as a root filesystem. Haven't seen anything odd so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xyzzyx View Post
    further testing... this doesn't happen on newly created pool and filesystem... only happen on pools created with zfs-fuse and imported with zfs-linux.
    Same observation here. I was looking forward to retaining my pools but it looks like I will have to wait.

    But this is looking good already! The performance is much better compared to zfs-fuse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devsk View Post
    Same observation here. I was looking forward to retaining my pools but it looks like I will have to wait.

    But this is looking good already! The performance is much better compared to zfs-fuse.
    Yup.. think you are quite right...
    i've try upgrading to pools to v28.. same permission issue...
    create a new pool with zfs-linux and zfs send form my backup pool (created with zfs-fuse).. no dice... same permission issue upon completion...
    so now i am rsyncing form my backup... looks good so far...

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    Is native raid-z supported? Compression?

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