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zfs support

#1
Hello, how do you boot natively on zfs with the xanmod kernel? I installed zfs-dkms (ubuntu) which appears to rebuild the initiramfs to include the zfs but when I try to boot it still doesn't find the zfs module, is there some additional configuration needed or do I simply have to build the kernel myself to include zfs support without the module?
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#2
No support in the kernel - really looking forward to when the author adds
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#3
It would be nice to see zfs AND tux3 filesystem support!!!

It will be nice to have... Maybe tux3 support too

Btw I can't activate my account over activation link....

Tux3 filesystem have different memory allocator and even normal fikecooy are faster than tmpfs in Linux...

Please look more bench's of tux3 filesystem

Thanks and

best regards

Performance lover,and working since 3 year's with own customized xanmod Kernel
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#4
Here some old benchmark's

https://lwn.net/Articles/549683/
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#5
tux3 died
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#6
Hey I wish for ZFS too as I'm using latest ubuntu with install on ZFS and can't boot Sad
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