Ubuntu Puts Out A ZFS Reference Guide

Written by Michael Larabel in Ubuntu on 22 February 2016 at 10:38 AM EST. 24 Comments
With Canonical heavily promoting ZFS for Ubuntu 16.04 with the file-system support being added to their default kernel, their latest work is on creating an Ubuntu ZFS guide for those wanting to play with this advanced file-system.

If all of the Ubuntu ZFS talk is making you excited for Ubuntu 16.04, some Canonical engineers have assembled a ZFS reference guide. The guide covers ZFS terminology, creating/managing pools, ZFS RAID, ZFS cache drives, ZFS snapshots, ZFS data recovery, and other functionality.

If you are looking to give ZFS On Linux a shot, see the guide via the Ubuntu Wiki.
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