In the past we found compression to make things faster not slower.
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> On Feb 19, 2014, at 4:34 AM, Robert Rehnmark <xcar...@gmail.com> wrote:
> So now I'm running OS X Mavericks 10.9.1 with Open ZFS installed with this
> guide (very easy).
> It imported and handled the ZEVO pool whiteout any noticeable problems.
> I'm in the process of backing up the critical data and then I will juggle the
> drives around a little bit to create a completely new pool with Open ZFS.
> The only problem I have is one of my Barracudas stopped working on SATA 3 and
> is giving some errors so I will have it changed on warranty.
> .. no data loss though, gotta love ZFS. :)
> I have another question though.
> Is it possible (and good practice) to turn off compression for a child
> It will probably just make it slower instead of faster when I'm storing only
> pictures, highly compressed videos and mp3's on it, right?
> I have a hexa core Xeon X5680 running at 4,1 GHz so processing power is not a
> problem though.
>> Den tisdagen den 18:e februari 2014 kl. 21:07:20 UTC+1 skrev jasonbelec:
>> No kissie, no kissie!!
>> zpool create -f -O compression=lz4 -O casesensitivity=insensitive -O
>> normalization=formD -O atime=off -o ashift=12 pool raidz disk1 disk2 disk3
> Haha :P
> Yes that's basically the line I ended up using, except I set it up with
> ashift=13 (future proofing for SSD) and a mirror.
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