err, apologies, i'd like to retract my last comment - i failed reading
comprehension. just read-only by default.
On 10/26/07, Peter Woodman <[email protected]> wrote:
> it would seem that the reason that it's been pulled is that it's
> installed by default in the release version (9A581) - just tested it
> here, and willikers, it works!
> On 10/26/07, Kugutsumen <[email protected]> wrote:
> > # zfs list
> > ZFS Readonly implemntation is loaded!
> > To download the full ZFS read/write kext with all functionality enabled,
> > please go to http://developer.apple.com
> > no datasets available
> > Unfortunately, I can't find it on ADC yet and it seems that it was removed
> > by Apple:
> > "Another turn in the Apple-ZFS saga. Apple has made available a developer
> > preview of ZFS for Mac OS X with read/write capability. The preview is
> > available to all ADC members. From the readme file: "ZFS is a new
> > filesystem from Sun Microsystems which has been ported by Apple to Mac OS
> > X. The initial (10.5.0) release of Leopard will restrict ZFS to read-only,
> > so no ZFS pools or filesystems can be modified or created. This Developer
> > Preview will enable full read/write capability, which includes the
> > creation/destruction of ZFS pools and filesystems." Update: Will it ever
> > end? The release has been pulled from ADC by Apple."
> > I can't wait to reformat all my external 2.5 drives with zfs.
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