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I want ZFS on my Mac. At work I am not sure it is that valuable as most of our disk comes from a SAN and already has the RAID stuff done before the box touches it.

"To ZFS there are two types of datasets: filesystem datasets and volume datasets. Filesystem datasets store file data in the traditional manner, while volume datasets are block allocations which can be used to store non-ZFS filesystems (UFS, VxFS, etc), raw data allocations (used by apps like Oracle), or offered up via technologies like iSCSI."
The Blog of Ben Rockwood

 (Submitted by Noel Mon Nov 5, 2007 )

  


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