I need to store multiple versions of a ~ 150 GB binary file (qcow2) on Linux servers with local storage, and was hoping there is some solution that involves just keeping diffs that can be merged as ...
Is there a file system that stores files under a hash so there are no duplicates? It can be under any operating system. I know Git does that, but I'm looking for something that can run in real-time.
According to The First Google Result for "ZFS Deduplication" ... What to dedup: Files, blocks, or bytes? ... Block-level dedup has somewhat higher overhead than file-level dedup when whole ...
What is the best file system for storing VM images? I am looking for features that can save some disk space like compression, deduplication, etc. ZFS is known...but any other alternatives in Linux ...