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Re: ZFS: time to drop Big Scary Warning

I think that is good enough. We should document the timing-related tests and try to fix them!


> On Mar 25, 2021, at 2:06 PM, Greg Troxel <> wrote:
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> (Christos Zoulas) writes:
>> That's a good test, but how does zfs compare in for the same test with lets
>> say ffs or ext2fs (filesystems that offer persistence)?
> With the same system, booted in the  same way, but with 3 different
> filesystems mounted on /tmp, I get similar numbers of failures:
> tmpfs	12
> ffs2	13
> zfs	18
> So tmpfs/ffs2 are ~equal and zfs has a few more failures (but it all
> looks a bit random and non-repeatable).    So it's hard to sort out "zfs
> is buggy" vs "some tests fail in timing-related hard-to-understand ways
> and that seems provoked slightly more with /tmp on zfs".
> Did you mean something else?
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