I've installed a good number of all-in-one ZFS solutions, mostly based
around NexentaStor and VMWare ESXi on HP ProLiant hardware.

An example of this is documented on Server Fault at:

Edmund White

On 9/18/12 10:31 AM, "Eugen Leitl" <eu...@leitl.org> wrote:

>I'm currently thinking about rolling a variant of
>with remote backup (via snapshot and send) to 2-3
>other (HP N40L-based) zfs boxes for production in
>our organisation. The systems themselves would
>be either Dell or Supermicro (latter with ZIL/L2ARC
>on SSD, plus SAS disks (pools as mirrors) all with
>hardware pass-through).
>The idea is to use zfs for data integrity and
>backup via data snapshot (especially important
>data will be also back-up'd via conventional DLT
>Before I test thisi --
>Is anyone using this is in production? Any caveats?
>Can I actually have a year's worth of snapshots in
>zfs without too much performance degradation?
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