I came across this post comparing ZFS to Btrfs. The post is undated and that makes it a bit hard to verify the claims against Btrfs. Although I’m partial towards ZFS, I hope Btrfs catches up. Meanwhile, maybe I should check out Btrfs for myself. Update 2013-12-05: Someone named “sasfater” wrote me an email today […]

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I updated my FreeBSD 10.0-CURRENT virtual machine today. It reached r255120 and it’s running with vtnet as its virtual network interface under VirtualBox 4.2.16. I noticed the vtnet0 interface gained 10 Gbit/s virtual wire speed. Previously the interface ran with only 1 Gbit/s virtual wire speed. The actual wire speed depends largely on the physical limitations of […]

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