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ZFS Pool - in dire need of help.

I'm really really new to Ubuntu. Which is probably why I'm facing this predicament... I couldn't load Ubuntu this evening. For whatever reason I could get to the login screen, but absolutely no ...
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Which is better for a home media server: zfs or btrfs or LVM/md? [closed]

I'm looking at building a new home server and would like a flexible filesystem. Both btrfs and zfs are interesting. I want to be able to do soft raid and have flexible solution allowing me to expand ...
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Home Microserver using Ubuntu and ZFS: about ZFS

I see this topic is quite a popular ([1], [2]) so hopefully I can get nice feedback on what I'm trying to do. I'm buying an HP Microserver with 4x 2TB, and I currently have two computers. I'd like ...
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Which file system supports RAID and is mature enough for a media server?

I am planning on setting up a home media machine with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS or 13.04 (please let me know if this makes a difference). I have 4 hard drives and I am looking for a file system that supports ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 RAID 5/6: Native RAID or ZFS?

have 8 hard drives of different sizes that I want in a RAID 5 or 6 configuration, the OS is Ubuntu 12.04 desktop. Does the native RAID in Ubuntu support RAID configurations with hard drives of ...
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How to migrate from RAIDZ1 to RAIDZ2 using ZFS-native? [closed]

Last night I created a raidz1 array, however later in the evening I realised I needed to create a raidz2 (RAID5), is it possible to change the raid level of my array from raidz1 to raidz2 without ...
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What to do about a corrupted ZFS Pool

Have been running a test instance of a NAS using a ZFS as mentioned in Restoring an Ubuntu Server using ZFS RAIDZ for data. This week one of my disks died. Shouldn't be a problem, should it (the ...