Difference between revisions of "Talk:Life Preserver/10.0"

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I believe that Life Preserver heavily leverages ZFS at present, so one thing a Linux port would need is strong ZFS support- send/receive for sure and possibly more.  I am not the developer involved, however source should be available from the git repo.
 
I believe that Life Preserver heavily leverages ZFS at present, so one thing a Linux port would need is strong ZFS support- send/receive for sure and possibly more.  I am not the developer involved, however source should be available from the git repo.
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--[[User:Tigersharke|Tigersharke]] ([[User talk:Tigersharke|talk]]) 00:42, 18 February 2014 (PST)
  
 
== BTRFS Support ==
 
== BTRFS Support ==

Revision as of 01:42, 18 February 2014

Linux Port

What are the tasks or what would be needed to port Life Preserver to Linux? At least introducing a system call abstraction layer.

- I believe that Life Preserver heavily leverages ZFS at present, so one thing a Linux port would need is strong ZFS support- send/receive for sure and possibly more. I am not the developer involved, however source should be available from the git repo. --Tigersharke (talk) 00:42, 18 February 2014 (PST)

BTRFS Support

What are the tasks or what would be needed to support BTRFS in addition to ZFS? At least introducing a file-system call abstraction layer.