mi je uhvatilo paznju.
Since that Phoronix article last week, Greg KH followed up on the mailing list with, "Sorry, no, we do not keep symbols exported for no in-kernel users." Longtime Linux kernel developer Christoph Hellwig also suggested users switch instead to FreeBSD if caring about ZFS.
Greg KH also commented on Tuesday that Oracle/Sun are the ones to fundamentally blame for the license by which they put out ZFS as for upstream kernel developers not caring about the support. "ZFS could be the best filesystem ever to grace this planet, that's fantastic, but given that the creators of that code placed it under a license that was specifically designed to not be compatible with Linux to prevent it from ever being used on Linux, well, you can see why I really don't care about it. Why would I?"
mi se nimalo ne svidja posto je btrfs zakazao pa se korisnici sve vise okrecu zfs. A zfs on Linux je zapravo jedina grana openZFS-a koja se aktivno razvija, pa su FreeBSD developeri resili da napuste tu granu i prilkljuce se ZOL-u.
U svakom slucaju checksum koji se radi na Linux-u nece vise biti radjen vektorskim instrukcijama, ili ce developeri naci drugi nacin da postignu isto.