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Thank you
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Daniel Smedegaard Buus
2012-08-09 15:26:47 UTC
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Never too many times you can say thank you for something good.

Been so happy using ZFS-FUSE for years, and now with ZoL quickly improving
yet not quite stable, it's so nice to be able to go back to ZFS-FUSE to get
stability for my pool, when ZoL fails me.

Thank you for taking the first hard steps in bringing ZFS to Linux, and for
doing it so god naggit well!

You're beautiful people :)
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Emmanuel Anne
2012-08-09 17:26:09 UTC
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My good news of the day ! :)
Post by Daniel Smedegaard Buus
Never too many times you can say thank you for something good.
Been so happy using ZFS-FUSE for years, and now with ZoL quickly improving
yet not quite stable, it's so nice to be able to go back to ZFS-FUSE to get
stability for my pool, when ZoL fails me.
Thank you for taking the first hard steps in bringing ZFS to Linux, and
for doing it so god naggit well!
You're beautiful people :)
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http://rainemu.swishparty.co.uk/cgi-bin/gitweb.cgi?p=zfs;a=summary
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ljlj
2012-08-11 23:03:51 UTC
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I have greatly valued the ability to use ZFS via FUSE.
I would even say that without the zfs-fuse project I would have not
bothered with ZFS at all.
For years now I've had a storage system that was reliable and performed
well for my purposes.
Also true is the fact that I have learned a great deal from the response of
the zfs-fuse guys on this list/group.

So, I second those thanks :)
Post by Emmanuel Anne
My good news of the day ! :)
Post by Daniel Smedegaard Buus
Never too many times you can say thank you for something good.
Been so happy using ZFS-FUSE for years, and now with ZoL quickly
improving yet not quite stable, it's so nice to be able to go back to
ZFS-FUSE to get stability for my pool, when ZoL fails me.
Thank you for taking the first hard steps in bringing ZFS to Linux, and
for doing it so god naggit well!
You're beautiful people :)
--
To visit our Web site, click on http://zfs-fuse.net/
--
http://rainemu.swishparty.co.uk/cgi-bin/gitweb.cgi?p=zfs;a=summary
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Durval Menezes
2012-08-12 03:05:13 UTC
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Hello folks,
Post by ljlj
I have greatly valued the ability to use ZFS via FUSE.
I would even say that without the zfs-fuse project I would have not
bothered with ZFS at all.
For years now I've had a storage system that was reliable and performed
well for my purposes.
Also true is the fact that I have learned a great deal from the response
of the zfs-fuse guys on this list/group.
So, I second those thanks :)
I third that!

zfs-fuse simply rocks, and I dare to say that there would be no zfsonlinux
project (at least not for me) if not for zfs-fuse.

Cheers,
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Durval.
Post by ljlj
Post by Emmanuel Anne
My good news of the day ! :)
Post by Daniel Smedegaard Buus
Never too many times you can say thank you for something good.
Been so happy using ZFS-FUSE for years, and now with ZoL quickly
improving yet not quite stable, it's so nice to be able to go back to
ZFS-FUSE to get stability for my pool, when ZoL fails me.
Thank you for taking the first hard steps in bringing ZFS to Linux, and
for doing it so god naggit well!
You're beautiful people :)
--
To visit our Web site, click on http://zfs-fuse.net/
--
my zfs-fuse git repository : http://rainemu.swishparty.co.**
uk/cgi-bin/gitweb.cgi?p=zfs;a=**summary<http://rainemu.swishparty.co.uk/cgi-bin/gitweb.cgi?p=zfs;a=summary>
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To visit our Web site, click on http://zfs-fuse.net/
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sehe
2012-08-12 00:34:14 UTC
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Thanks everyone, I liked it too.

I still use zfs-fuse, albeit less intensively since the advent of zfsonlinux

Seth
Post by Daniel Smedegaard Buus
Never too many times you can say thank you for something good.
Been so happy using ZFS-FUSE for years, and now with ZoL quickly improving
yet not quite stable, it's so nice to be able to go back to ZFS-FUSE to get
stability for my pool, when ZoL fails me.
Thank you for taking the first hard steps in bringing ZFS to Linux, and
for doing it so god naggit well!
You're beautiful people :)
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To visit our Web site, click on http://zfs-fuse.net/
ray vantassle
2012-08-12 01:07:16 UTC
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I'm still using zfs-fuse because it is stable and works reliably. ZOL
is not stable and doesn't really want to run on a 32 bit kernel or
without boatloads of RAM.
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