ZFS was a disaster.

That is what we were using until today, when the power went off and the zfs pool ended up corrupted and irrecoverable.


Three other times we had power failures, the zpool ended with some errors.

But, all the times, the UFS partitions remained intact.

indeed. and fsck time can be fast if you correctly set up block size and amount of inodes. i mean not too much inodes and large blocks (32-64K) if you store mostly big files.

I won't use ZFS for a long time.
i would recommend never.
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