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lots of explanations how to make ZFS "stable" and usable deleted after reading.
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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

definitely yes.

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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