ZFS is an integrated filesystem and volume manager, originally designed by Sun

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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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ZFS on Linux: Setting up NFS on Ubuntu 14.04

I upgraded my headless server from 13.10 to 14.04, but borked the upgrade (and stupidly didn't have a backup image - lesson learnt). Hence, I'm reinstalling everything from scratch. I have a working ...
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Replacing a disk in zpool

I am using Ubuntu 12.04 & Zfs Native. I created a zpool using the /dev/disk/by-id method, but I can no longer import zpool. When I try zpool status command I get the error message " no such pool " ...
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How to make update-grub recognize zfs datasets as root in /etc/fstab and add minimal set of zfs options?

I'm having trouble to find out how to make update-grub of grub-efi 2.02~beta2-9ubuntu1 recognize the specification of a ZFS dataset as root device in /etc/fstab and conditionally add a minimal set of ...
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Mounting ZFS pool - almost there

I'm having a bit of trouble mounting an ZFS pool I've migrated from a FreeNas system to Ubuntu 14.04. So far I've managed to import the ZFS pool via the zpool import Storage command. I can list all ...
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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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Booting off a ZFS root in 14.04

I've been running a Debian derivative (LMDE) on a ZFS root for half a year now. It was created by cloning a regular ext4-based install with all the necessary packages onto a ZFS pool, chrooting into ...
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Cannot boot ZFS root on Ubuntu 12.04 after Heartbleed update

I did the apt-get update and then upgrade to deal with the heartbleed vulnerability. I rebooted after the upgrade without checking that everything was good. Now I'm not having much luck. It is booting ...
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Activate ACL for zfs pool ubuntu 13.04

i have tested ACL on local folders and i works perfect. But on my zfs pool called "tank" root@datacenter:/mnt# ls datatank test webmin_1.650_all.deb root@datacenter:/mnt# setfacl -m u:casper:rwx ...
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zpool missing after kernel upgrade attempt

I'm running 14.04 LTS with ZFS and tried to update my kernel to 3.17 following these instructions. During this install I got this error: *** Please make sure the kmod spl devel <kernel> ...
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ZFS pool broken after upgrading to 14.04 LTS

Well, I have been putting off upgrading to 14.04 for fear that I would break something. Actually for fear that it would break zfs (or I would break it). I am bascially slightly better than novice ...
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How to rebuild ZFS pool with new disks of different sector sizes?

I have Ubuntu 12.04 with ZFS installed. There are two pools: rpool (the root filesystem) and rdata (all the data). rdata was built with 2 x 1TB WD EADS drives (with 512 byte physical sectors) in a ZFS ...
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apt-get in LXC container is very slow on Ubuntu Server 12.04

I haven't had much luck in finding out the source of the issue, whether this "issue" is simply a limitation of LXC or zfs, or whether this issue is specific to Ubuntu. The issue is quite simply that ...
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Building NAS Server and Need Guidance

I'm building a NAS and using Ubuntu as the OS. I have a few questions and need some guidance on what direction to take. I know I am asking many questions, if you can only answer one of them please ...
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seeking rescue drive with ZFS

I'd like to create a USB flash drive with a live Ubuntu that supports ZFS. The purpose is to rescue, or do low-level things to, a computer with ZFS. However I've failed to find such a thing, and ...
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Can't share zfs filesystem over nfs

Ubuntu Server 13.04. Client OpenElec 3.02 trying to share thru built-in into zfs sharenfs server (192.168.1.56) administrator@ubuntu:~$ sudo zfs get all | grep share [sudo] password for ...
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zpool will not mount after upgrade to 14.4

After upgrading my Ubuntu to 14.04 my server wouldn't complete boot. Hooking it up to a monitor I see that it failed to export my zfs and that by pressing the "s" key, I could bypass that. Doing so, ...
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zfs mountall does not work at boot on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

I'm not sure how do I go about debugging this. I have the following packages installed - ii dkms 2.2.0.3-1.1ubuntu5+zfs9~trusty ...
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Failed to load ZFS module stack

Have been using zfs on linux (zfs-native/stable) raidz on 14.04 for several months without hitch and decided to move across some more important files as considered it trustworthy or I guess "stable" ...
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How to recover a GPT after wrong zpool creation?

I run zpool create /dev/sda instead of zpool create /dev/sdaX. The command failed after ~2 seconds with an error I can't reconstruct or remember. I guess if I had sent SIGINT to zpool it would have ...
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I cn see 'zfs partition' through the 'disks' app, but there is no option to mount. Details

The Case: I have a notebook with a partitioned HD. I installed Debian in one partition, and the other partition was destined to "/home". About a month ago, the "/home" partition was corrupted, but ...
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Help with ZFS pools

Running Ubuntu 12.10 using ZFS on Linux I just replaced a drive in the zpool and everything looked like it was working then I rebooted and now it says that the drive that I just replaced is ...
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Zfs mountpoint for sidebar

I'm trying to mount a zfs drive in Lubuntu, I can get it to mount, but I can't find the proper mount point to get it to show in the side bar like a normal drive would. sudo zfs set mountpoint=?/? ...