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Old 06-14-2016, 12:26 PM
Darryl Ramm Darryl Ramm is offline
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Default Re: PT on macOS Sierra?

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HFS+ is a 30 year old technology not designed for todays storage needs.

If you read the docs it sounds like they took what they liked from ZFS and then added layers that they wanted.

Of course I wouldn't recommend running it on anything yet (in fact its container only right now for testing)..

but it will eventually replace HFS and all its annoying quirks..
Absolutely. HFS+ is a bit of toy compared to using ZFS in server environments. It's a pity that Apple never adopted ZFS, they got close.

Having snapshots alone will be fantastic. Giving really great backup options (I could imagine CCC integrating with snapshots). And hopefully finally a proper optimization for Flash (writing metadata etc. more efficiently for Flash storage).
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