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== [http://smartos.org SmartOS] ==
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SmartOS™ is a specialised type 1 hypervisor platform based on illumos, lean enough to run entirely in memory, powerful enough to run as much as you want to throw at it. Provisioning is blindingly fast, thanks to zones and ZFS file system creation. SmartOS is a fundamental component of the [http://www.joyent.com/products/private-cloud Joyent® SmartDataCenter™] (SDC) product.
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Revision as of 17:14, 28 September 2013

Open source distributions of OpenZFS are available for the following open source platforms.

(For commercial products, see companies.)

Darwin

At the core of Mac® OS X® Mountain Lion, which is certified to The Open Group UNIX® 03 standard, are Apple® open source Darwin technologies.

ZFS-OSX

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MacZFS
  • Port of ZFS on Linux®
  • alpha, developer preview – please use only with test pools
  • for use with Mac OS X 10.6 – OS X 10.9

FreeBSD®

A full general purpose operating system. There are also several specialized distributions.

Debian® GNU/kFreeBSD

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  • General purpose GNU distribution for amd64/i386
  • Uses the FreeBSD kernel, which provides an OpenZFS implementation
  • An official Debian release, still using GNU libc and with ninety percent of the same software packages available
  • wheezy stable release:
    • able to dual-boot 9.0 (default) or 8.3 kernels of FreeBSD
    • pool version 28 (deduplication, raidz3, removable log devices)
    • still lacks support for ashift=, and important development tools like DTrace
    • installer supports creation of pools, installing to them, and booting directly from them with GRUB2
  • testing release will be updated with new FreeBSD kernel releases, gaining many OpenZFS enhancements, including support for lz4 compression

FreeBSD

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FreeNAS®

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  • NAS appliance software
  • commercial support available for sister product TrueNAS from iXsystems.

PC-BSD®

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illumos

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The illumos codebase is the foundation for various distributions – comparable to the relationship between the Linux kernel and Linux distributions.

  • Forked from the OpenSolaris codebase in 2010
  • browse ZFS source code in opengrok or github

OmniOS

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OpenIndiana

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SmartOS

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SmartOS™ is a specialised type 1 hypervisor platform based on illumos, lean enough to run entirely in memory, powerful enough to run as much as you want to throw at it. Provisioning is blindingly fast, thanks to zones and ZFS file system creation. SmartOS is a fundamental component of the Joyent® SmartDataCenter™ (SDC) product.

Linux

Gentoo

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  • Gentoo provides first-party ZFS on Linux packages to itself and its derivatives.
  • Derivatives include:
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ZFS on Linux

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  • Implemented in the kernel
  • maintained in an independent code repository (not the mainline kernel)
  • provides self-building packages for Debian, Fedora, RHEL/CentOS/SL, Ubuntu and build instructions for several other distributions.

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