You can make ZFS work on i386, but it requires very careful tuning and is not
going to work brilliantly well for particularly large or high-throughput
you mean "high transfer" like reading/writing huge files. anyway not
faster than properly configured UFS+maybe gstripe/gmirror.
for small files it's only fast when they will fit in cache, same with UFS
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