In the following paragraph, does the author mean Linux distributions finally adopted ZFS or, they are reluctant/refuse to adopt ZFS?
Additionally, after a bit of an hiatus it’s once again possible to install Ubuntu using ZFS (Zettabyte File System). Nice to see this interesting, featured file system back – especially since many Linux distributions swerve supporting it at all.
As far as I know, at all is used "at the end of a clause to give emphasis in negative statements, conditional clauses, and questions". (Collins Dictionary)
So the above statment means, Linux distributions supported ZFS before, but decide to give it up finally? Google translate told me that this sentence means, ZFS is gradually adopted by more and more Linux distributions, although they were reluctant to support it before?
BTW, the author is a native British person.