I get about 1/3 of the speed on the same drives when using ZFS.
Now, I understand that ZFS is self-healing and that everything is also stored with its hashes. This makes it safer to use.
I haven't used raidz yet, so this excludes that part of the equation - but please tell me if by using raidz I can speed things up.
If the hashes are computed for comparison - where and when does this happen.
Where does the speed issue come into play?
I'm happy now that I have mirrored and safe data, on my system, but would like to know how I can tweak performance.