>Even with infinite wire speed, you're bound by the ability of the source server
>to generate the snapshot stream and the ability of the destination server to
>write the snapshots to the media.
>Our little servers in-house using ZFS don't read/write that fast when pulling
>snapshot contents off the disks, since they're essentially random access on a
>server that's been creating/deleting snapshots for a long time.
That is true. This discussion is assumed under ideal condition. We want to
minimize the overhead in transportation layer only.
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