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[ale] ZFS on Linux

On 04/01/2013 07:14 AM, Wolf Halton wrote:
> A gotcha on ZFS:
> If it ever fills up a drive array, for instance the backup process
> starts writing recursively, you can't remove anything, since it uses
> disk space to write a cache of what you delete.  You have to copy the
> files to a larger array and reformat your stuffed ZFS array.  Ask me how
> I know?

And there is no --just-bloody-do-it option?

That seems like a pretty large showstopper-type bug to me.

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