“Over the past couple of years, there’s been a lot of talk about bringing ZFS, Sun’s open source high-performance file system, to Mac OS X. Our man Siracusa first pointed out a message from an Apple developer last year expressing a desire to work on porting the file system to Apple’s OS, and talked more about its possible ties (or lack thereof) to Time Machine not long after. Even more recently, ZFS became accessible under OS X thanks to the MacFUSE project. Still, there’s been little word on the state of ZFS for OS X recently,” Erik Kennedy reports for Ars Technica.
“Now, it looks as though the port is not just wishful thinking, but an active project,” Kennedy reports.
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