Years After Being Dropped, ZFS Finds Its Way Back To The Mac

Two weeks ago, the excellent Building Windows 8 blog posted an in-depth look at the upcoming operating system's new file system, <a href="http://blogs.msdn.com/b/b8/archive/2012/01/16/building-the-nex

Oh, come on: Snow Leopard doesn't have ZFS

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/output.gif" />How many of y'all got around to installing Snow Leopard yesterday? I meant to, but then I bought a new hard drive for my ol

ZFS *is* in Leopard–Rejoice!

ZFS is in, ZFS is out… OK, so now we know that ZFS file system support is in Mac OS X Leopard. The read/write support was just seeded to developers according to reports online and no one but com

Sorry, No ZFS In Mac OS X Leopard

I have some crushing news for you: ZFS will not be the default file system in Mac OS X Leopard. That’s as of today, June 12, 2007, at least. A senior marketing fellow for Leopard said, unequivoc

Leopard Will Use ZFS File System: Sun

Sun opened its big, fat mouth today and announced that Apple’s upcoming Mac OS X Leopard will use its ZFS file system as its default. (Macs currently use HFS+ with journaling enabled as the defa