Originally Posted by Markore View Post
ZFS is only filesystem you can count on to be supported on all platforms (Windows remain to be ported to
Quote Originally Posted by curaga View Post
Fat32 and UDF?
I was thinking of Filesystem you can install your operating system to.
And from what you can boot multiple different operating systems,
and using same boot/system disk(s) together with shared data disk(s) pools.

ZFS, being supported for boot from Illumos,Linux and FreeBSD is the best system I know for the moment i you want to be free of OS/Platform constraints or even architecture constraints (same ZFS pool works on SPARC and x86 without changes)

I do not believe Btrfs for stability and production use for now.
If I tend to be supported with Linux install I would go with ext4 for system disks (I think ext4 now has snapshots)
and ZFS for data pool that applications actually use to work with or store data to.