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Is a ZFS storage array portable across operating systems & CPU Architectures?

I know that ZFS is available on variety of operating systems Solaris, Illumos, Linux, BSD etc. Suppose I have a bunch of disks that are part of ZFS raid file system that was created on Linux, could ...
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Encrypted disk filesystem compatibilities

On my Debian Linux system during the install I decided to use disk encryption (the one offered during a regulard Debian install). When the system boots up I need to enter a password and then the ...
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How to set up ZFS with ZIL and L2ARC SSD?

I have been considering bcache and flashcache. However my friend suggested me something called ZFS. In fact it says that formating disk with ZFS can actually do the exact same thing without kernel ...
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zfs one pool error

I have zpool with name zroot and zroot has 4 pool when electricity down system reboots and than i saw some error with 1 pool: Solaris: Warning: can`t open object for zroot/var/crash log_sysevent: ...
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Compared to other filesystems why is ZFS so slow, with incoming data?

Ok. 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 ...
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ZFS under linux, does it work?

Could I get ZFS to work properly in Linux? Are there any caveats / limitations?