Categoría: zfs

Enhancing our ZFS support on Ubuntu 19.10 – an introduction

Ubuntu has supported ZFS as an option for some time. We started with a file-based ZFS pool on Ubuntu 15.10, then delivered it as a FS container in 16.04, and  recommended it for the fastest and most reliable container experience on LXD. We have also created some dedicated tutorials for users who want to become […]

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Enhancing our ZFS support on Ubuntu 19.10 – an introduction

Ubuntu has supported ZFS as an option for some time. We started with a file-based ZFS pool on Ubuntu 15.10, then delivered it as a FS container in 16.04, and  recommended it for the fastest and most reliable container experience on LXD. We have also created some dedicated tutorials for users who want to become […]

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Deploying Ubuntu root on ZFS with MAAS

With recent updates to MAAS and Curtin, deploying Ubuntu with a ZFS root disk is now possible! Curtin added zfsroot support earlier this year and MAAS has now exposed the option. ZFS is known for an amazing list of features: copy-on-write cloning continuous integrity checking snapshots automatic repair efficient data compression The following article takes […]

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