Ok, maybe this is not of great importance, but I am a little bit excited today because I just had the occasion to format my first ReFS partition on a Windows 2012 server.
Here's the Powershell command I use to list my partitions:
PS C:\> get-wmiobject -class "Win32_LogicalDisk" -namespace "root\CIMV2" | select caption, filesystem, size, freespace caption filesystem size freespace ------- ---------- ---- --------- C: NTFS 42580570112 30284148736 D: UDF 3695179776 0 E: ReFS 10670309376 10518462464 F: ReFS 11744051200 11590959104
Actually I formatted two ReFS partitions, one on a MBR volume, and the other on a GPT volume. Both worked.
Also, I just want to make clear that, for the moment, you cannot install Windows 2012 on a ReFS partition. Just secondary partitions can be formatted with this standard.