2012-04-18 6:57, David E. wrote:
Now, make your zpool, and start playing:

$ sudo zpool create test raidz sdd sde sdf sdg sdh sdi

It is stable enough to run a ZFS root filesystem on a GNU/Linux
installation for your workstation as something to play around with. It
is copy-on-write, supports compression, deduplication, file atomicity,
off-disk caching, encryption, and much more.

Hmmm, how come they have encryption and we don't?
Can it be backported to illumos from Linux (maybe via BSD),
or do the license incompatibilities forbid that? ;)

Can GNU/Linux boot off raidz roots?

Overall - impressive and interesting,
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