I'm seriously tempted to give it a try. BTRFS progress is sooooooo slow. How long does it take to get a filesystem repair tool out!
Install ZFS on Debian GNU/Linux (or Ubuntu as the case may be)

Author's closing remarks:

"It is stable enough to run a ZFS root filesystem on a GNU/Linux installation for your workstation as something to play around with. It is copy-on-write, supports compression, deduplication, file atomicity, off-disk caching, encryption, and much more. At this point, unfortunately, I’m convinced that ZFS as a Linux kernel module will become “stable” long before Btrfs will be stable in the mainline kernel. Either way, it doesn’t matter to me. Both are Free Software, and both provide the long needed features we’ve needed with today’s storage needs. Competition is healthy, and I love having choice. Right now, that choice might just be ZFS."
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