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I'm currently using ZFS for this use case (i.e. media center storage). I've used it for several years now. You can indeed configure your ZFS as a mirror: Data are copied amongst all disks in the mirror The available size is the size of your smallest disk So you can mimic an usual RAID mirroring by creating a zpool with X mirrors, each one containing 2 ...
Intro First of all for anyone who is having the same issue on Ubuntu 16.04, it is currently an ongoing bug and as of now, to my knowledge, has not been fixed. You can visit the github conversation here to see the bug I am referencing. Secondly I am writing this post as an enthusiast and intermediate linux user, I am not a developer or currently work on ...
You can view a list of files included in a package with dpkg-query -L zfsnap To see the usable commands you could grep for /usr/bin or /usr/sbin in this case: dpkg-query -L zfsnap|grep /usr/sbin EDIT: Catch-all with fancy regexp ;) dpkg-query -L zfsnap|egrep "(/usr)*/(s*)bin"
»» $ zfsnap zfsnap: command not found «« The package zfsnap provides /usr/sbin/zfSnap : Please note the upper case S in zfSnap. Spelling, 1) Read the file list with dpkg -L zfsnap 2) Read online http://packages.ubuntu.com/xenial/all/zfsnap/filelist
The rsync command lacks username, the correct rsync command in this case is rsync -ah --progress --delete /path/* firstname.lastname@example.org:/path/ Appropriate username and rsync service must be enabled in NAS.
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