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Old 5th December 2023
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Default Two new versions of OpenZFS fix long-hidden corruption bug

From https://www.theregister.com/2023/12/...ns_of_openzfs/:
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The bug that was very occasionally corrupting data on file copies in OpenZFS 2.2.0 has been identified and fixed, and there's a fix for the previous OpenZFS release too.

The OpenZFS development team have put out not one but two new releases of the open-source cross-platform filesystem for Linux and FreeBSD. Version 2.2.2 fixes the problem that showed up in the latest version, which is included in FreeBSD 14 as well as several Linux distros, including Ubuntu 23.10. There's also a new release in the previous version of OpenZFS: version 2.1.14 which applies to FreeBSD back to version 12.
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The FreeBSD project has published an errata notice, and made fixes available for FreeBSD 12, 13 and 14.
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For instance, the bug was also confirmed in Illumos, the open-source fork of OpenSolaris which has continued development since Oracle killed off the open source project in 2010.
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