Best is to just try whatever options are available.
>From my own experience, not including ZEVO, making a new pool on the new
>system and copying the data over from the old system with RSYNC is the best
>approach. Solved a lot of headaches I encountered with just upgrading, or
>trying to send old snapshots to a new system that differed so much.
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> On Feb 17, 2014, at 11:11 AM, Robert Rehnmark <xcar...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes yes, I admit it.
> It was kinda stupid to move to ZEVO.
> It seemed more integrated and painless for someone like me, someone who just
> want it to be easy and have the most feature rich implementation.
> I was hoping that ZEVO might be better when it comes to sharing and
> networking, I've had terrible speeds with macZFS in the past.
> I want to move my hackintosh to Mavericks.
> If I boot 10.9, install macZFS and create a pool with:
> sudo zpool create -O casesensitivity=insensitive -O normalization=formD -O
> ashift=12 POOLNAME mirror /dev/diskXsX /dev/diskXsX
> ..do you think I can mount that pool as read/writeable in 10.8/ZEVO to copy
> the data over?
> Does anybody have any experience with this?
> I have an extra machine on which I guess I can install any OS and try to
> import the ZEVO pool and send across network to the new 10.9/macZFS but I
> fear it will be a LOT more work and very slow transfer speeds.
> Thanks in advance for any input.
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