lots of explanations how to make ZFS "stable" and usable deleted after
IMHO, you should be using ZFS for what you want to accomplish. If you
do go the UFS2 route, I would recommend you set background_fsck="no" in
but UFS works fine on 10TB volume :) and works FAST.
just use larger blocks and fragments (like 4-8K fragment) and reduce inode
numbers - without this fsck will take REALLY long.
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