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Problems inherent in ZFS Storage Pool Upgrade to 19.10?

The pool is formatted using a legacy on-disk format. Is is safe to do a zpool upgrade or will this destroy or corrupt data on 19.10. I've used zfs on Freebsd for years, but new to Ubuntu. loving it ...
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Upgrade from Ubuntu Studio 16.04 to 18.10 errored out with “no space left on disk”, and now cannot launch any file manager

This is not a simple disk space problem. I've started an upgrade of Ubuntu Studio 16.04 to 18.10, though ran into "no space left on disk" and it terminated with an error. I no longer can launch Thunar ...
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More than 9 NVME devices running start to bottleneck in linux, Ubunutu 16/18

We have a server with 24 custom NVMe devices connected ( the company i work is developing a custom ASIC for hardware video transcoding utilizing NVMe as a trasport) We are interacting with our NVMe ...
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Add storage from /dev/sdb1 to /dev/sda2

As you can see in the picture only 40 GB of user space is available for usage, how can i add the other 7TB of space to sda2 ?
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Two Servers One JBOD

I'm looking to create a clustered storage file server using Ubuntu 18.04. I have two physical servers and one JBOD with 36 disks. The goal is to setup failover file server with ZFS RAIDz2 pools on ...
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Unlock the micro sd card

There is no physical switch. I've tried many application software in windows and Linux but yet still not working. I think the last time I can modify the micro sd card content is where I make deletion ...
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How can non-superusers mount second internal HDD?

Ubuntu/Linux newbie here. Xubuntu 16.04.1 is installed on /dev/sda and old disk is now /dev/sdb and contains two partitions: the old Recovery Environment, as /dev/sdb1, in case things go wrong or I ...