According to this MacRumors article, Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz said today that Apple will be making ZFS the default filesystem in the next version of its operating system, superseding HFS+.
The formal announcement is expected next week at the yearly Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in California.
Does this mean that drives in Leopard will be hot-swapable?
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