Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Introducing ZFS on Linux: Understand the Basics of Storage with ZFS

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I started my Linux journey in 1997, when my brother and I got our hands on a Slackware CD. We were thrilled and, at the same time, mystified. It was our first contact with a Unix-like operating system. The only command-line we knew at that point was DOS. Everything—from commands to mountpoints to paths—was different and mysterious. Back then, it was really a hobbyist OS. Now Linux is a major player in the server land. Almost everything out there, on the Internet, runs on Linux. Web servers, mail servers, cloud solutions, you name it—you can be almost sure Linux is underneath.

Its popularity makes Linux the perfect platform for learning ZFS. I assume that most of my readers are Linux admins, thus I will deal only with ZFS itself as a novelty.

About the Author
About the Technical Reviewer
Chapter 1: ZFS Overview
Chapter 2: Hardware
Chapter 3: Installation
Chapter 4: Setup
Chapter 5: Advanced Setup
Chapter 6: Sharing
Chapter 7: Space Accounting

Author Details
"Damian Wojslaw", a long-time illumos and ZFS enthusiast, has worked with ZFS storage from a few hundred gigabytes up to hundreds of terabytes capacity. For several years, he was a Field Engineer at Nexenta Systems, Inc., a Software Defined Storage company, and he installed and supported a large number of the company’s customers.

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