I noted that ZFS has taken over the default position from btrfs as filesystem for LXD storage pools.
Just out of curiosity I would like to know what the motivation behind this change was. Can anyone educate me on the motivation behind this?
to put my inquiry into context …
With very little insight in the technical details I decided a while ago to go with btrfs over zfs.
Reasons for this where:
- btrfs is linux native
- zfs, as per my understanding, is more RAM hungry
just to further clarify … I am not looking for a btrfs vs zfs discussion here, even though I would not mind at all to learn more on this from anybody with better understanding of the matter