On 01/22/13 11:57, Tomas Forsman wrote:
On 22 January, 2013 - Darren J Moffat sent me these 0,6K bytes:

On 01/21/13 17:03, Sa?o Kiselkov wrote:
Again, what significant features did they add besides encryption? I'm
not saying they didn't, I'm just not aware of that many.

Just a few examples:

Solaris ZFS already has support for 1MB block size.

Support for SCSI UNMAP - both issuing it and honoring it when it is the
backing store of an iSCSI target.

Would this apply to say a SATA SSD used as ZIL? (which we have, a
vertex2ex with supercap)

If the device advertises the UNMAP feature and you are running Solaris 11.1 it should attempt to use it.

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