I have most recently ‘gone to bat’ for the Antergos Team in defense of pacman and Arch Build System:
And wrote up this story in the recent past about Antergos:
I wouldn’t mind if ‘someone’ would chime in on the review of Antergos at Fossforce.com and ‘back me up’.
Anyhow, looking at this comparison of package management systems:
I note this conspicuous ‘unmet need’ for Antergos, as well as a few other Distros (excepting Fedora):
Which brings me to the subject of the wonderful ZFS addition you made to Antergos.
Clearly, that was a brave, standout move and now distinguishes Antergos as being the first Distro to integrate ZFS into the installation process.
Kudos for that.
But, I held off from installing it, naturally, you understand, waiting for the ‘bugs’, as it were, to shake out.
The question I put to you today:
Is ZFS ‘ready for prime time’?
If the answer is ‘yes’, then if I may ask, what are the optimal settings which should be performed in the install to facilitate installation of ZFS correctly.
I’d like to follow up by making another review of Antergos called ‘Antergos with ZFS: Locked and Loaded’ with your kind assistance in giving the readership a good ‘how to’ on ZFS. Yes?
Or, I would invite one of your developers to author the story directly on my site: http://www.dtschmitz.com if they feel so inclined.
Please review and advise.
Thank you all for your great work on Antergos.
Your Linux Advocate