A while back, maybe a year ago, I first tried Antergos. It was at first a bit problematic insofar as the cnchi installer goes and I got ‘burned’ by a few rolling release updates.
Critical as I may have been, I stayed in the fold. So, this is my apology to the Developers for being perhaps ‘over the top’ in my critique.
Today, I still use Antergos for my day-to-day work. I won’t recommend it for anyone but the PC ‘technophile’. But it continues to make great strides in becoming the most ‘user-friendly’ Arch derivative to date.
In using Antergos, I saw fit to set up an external eSATA docking station with a WD 1TB HDD to run in cron at midnight a ‘Back in Time’ (root) backup of the PC’s internal 1TB SSD.
The PC’s SSD is formatted with conservative ext4 and the BIT runs like a ‘Swiss Watch’ using rsync to perform incremental backup differentials.
This week I see that Antergos has seized upon the opportunity to use ZFS.
This is by far the best move from the developers and I thank you.