When one creates a new zpool, this automatically creates a root filesystem 
too - and even mounts this.
What is now the advantage (or disadvantage) of creating further 
sub-filesystems inside the pool using zfs?
And what is the difference to simply create sub-directories under the zpool 

Two advantages, that I can see, are separate compression and quota settings.
But what about general performance? Is there a performance penalty for 
having multiple zfs filesystems inside one pool, perhaps even with 
different settings?


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