On Fri, Feb 14, 2014 at 2:05 AM, Ajit Nair <ajitnair2...@gmail.com> wrote:


>
> One of my client is using a solaris based storage , that storage is using
> ZFS filesystem . i want to know how can i mount the ZFS filesystem on a mac
> and see it as a HD to pull and push the data into it ..Looking forward for
> a solution ...
>
>
As far as I understand things, as long as your OS X ZFS version is
compatible with your Solaris ZFS version you're fine. If the OS X ZFS
version is too old (likely) you may have to do a NFS or SMB mount, both of
which are not optimal. Do let us know how things turn out regardless.

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